nick at srgnet.org
Sun Feb 3 13:26:40 UTC 2013
There doesn't seem to be a way to create a new account at the "new"
interface - as far as I can tell there is no "sign up" method at
On Sunday, February 3, 2013, Fbsd8 <fbsd8 at a1poweruser.com> wrote:
> Nick K wrote:
>> I am posting here hoping that a "Dan" from ZoneEdit.com still monitors
>> mailing list.
>> I am in a very bad situation and my mail forwarding has been down for
>> a week -- no response from ZoneEdit support.
>> I found references to people getting help from "Dan" here:
>> My issue(s):
>> 1.) I can't login to zoneedit.com's "new" interface. I used to be able
>> log in to the "legacy" interface -- but apparently I'm in the same boat
>> Mr. Jack L. Stone was -- in that you can no longer manage zones from the
>> legacy interface.
>> The legacy interface tells me my account is active at the new interface,
>> but the new interface tells me my account does not even exist.
>> 2.) My mail forwarding service provided by zoneedit.com stopped working
>> approximately last week monday. It has been working fine since 2002.
>> Don't you just love it when this stuff happens.
>> 3.) I can't change my DNS / mail forwarding service, because the email I
>> used for my domain registration at my registrar is one of the emails that
>> gets forwarded (and the forwarding is not working).
>> If Jack L. Stone or "Dan" from ZoneEdit can get in contact with me I
>> be very grateful.
>> I don't know what else to do at this point.
>> The company that currently owns ZoneEdit (Dotster) won't help me -- they
>> say they don't have the ability to provide support for ZoneEdit
>> This is my last hope pretty much. Dan or Jack if you're out there,
>> get back to me.
>> surge3 at gmail.com
> Have you tried to create a new account on the new interface and try to
access your domains from there?
~ Nick K.
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