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How to transfer a Google-registered eNom domain to us?
Posted by Aaron Eaton on 15 December 2016 08:16 PM

If you registered your domain through Google and can confirm that it is registered with eNom, by checking your domain renewal emails, use the following instructions to transfer your domain name to us:

1. Retrieve Your Password

Go to access.enom.com, enter your domain name in the Domain field, the Password field leave blank, and click on Login. A pop-up window should appear. Choose to have your password sent to the email address associated with your domain name.

2. Unlock Your Domain Name

Send an email to googleclients@enom.com. In the message, include the following:

  • Your domain name
  • Your password
  • A request to have your domain unlocked
  • An authorization code request


Note: An authorization code (also known as a transfer key or EPP code) is required to transfer your domain to us from another registrar. Some domain name extensions, mainly country-code top-level domain names (ccTLDs), do not require an authorization code.

You will receive an email from eNom containing the authorization code within 24-48 hours, after they have unlocked your domain.

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