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OWO on .im


S0phie
25-08-2011, 13:41
Quote Originally Posted by Myatu
You might want to move this those Gold/Platinum/Diamond details to their own page, and under the tech specs for the domain, include whether or not OwO is supported.
Sorry for the confusion. The website is now updated.

Myatu
24-08-2011, 17:50
Quote Originally Posted by marks
The table that you see here ... refers to the features of the packages Gold/Platinium/Diamond in general, and what they allow. But the underlying domain has to support that feature first.
Truthfully, I can't find that to be clear, Marks. That's why I thought it was a typo, and apparently Chris thought it was a possible option for the .im. You might want to move this those Gold/Platinum/Diamond details to their own page, and under the tech specs for the domain, include whether or not OwO is supported.

marks
24-08-2011, 13:12
No, I'm afraid that .im domains don't support the obfuscation of the whois details (OwO).

The table that you see here:

http://www.ovh.co.uk/domains/dotim_technical_sheet.xml

refers to the features of the packages Gold/Platinium/Diamond in general, and what they allow. But the underlying domain has to support that feature first.

Chris
22-08-2011, 15:10
Ah, that's a shame. More so because I mainly use it for email. Guess I'll have to get in touch with support to get a definitive answer.

Thanks.

Myatu
21-08-2011, 20:37
I think that might be a misprint. http://www.ovh.co.uk/domains/owo_service.xml : "This service is free and available for generic domains". See also: http://help.ovh.co.uk/OwO

Chris
21-08-2011, 19:02
Transferred my .im domain into OVH yesterday but it won't let me activate the OWO service for it?

I thought it may have been a .im specific restriction but it lists it as being available here.

Thought it might have been because the transfer hadn't finished up, but it seems to have completed pretty quickly anyway.