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I have just registered a new domain. Why is it not accessible?


All new domains require approximately 2-6 hours to become active. The new DNS information needs to propagate through the Internet before taking effect. This is a gradual and mandatory process, meaning an increasing amount of online users will be able to access the new domain as the propagation goes on and as ISPs update their DNS servers. Once this process is complete, your web and e-mail service will be fully functional.


last updated = Jan 19, 2017 21:13:22 EST
category = domains
keywords = 4005 new domain activate active accessible propagate


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