Domain Domain lists all the data for a domain.
DomainName is the punycode encoded value of the domain name.
Nameservers is the list of nameservers for this domain. If unspecified it defaults to your account default nameservers.
Contacts for the domain.
PrivacyEnabled reflects if Whois Privacy is enabled for this domain.
Locked indicates that the domain cannot be transferred to another registrar.
AutorenewEnabled indicates if the domain will attempt to renew automatically before expiration.
ExpireDate is the date the domain will expire.
CreateDate is the date the domain was created at the registry.
RenewalPrice is the price to renew the domain. It may be required for the RenewDomain command.
Contacts Contacts stores the contact information for the roles related to domains.
Registrant is the rightful owner of the account and has the right to use and/or sell the domain name. They are able to make changes to all account, domain, and product settings. This information should be reviewed and updated regularly to ensure accuracy.
Registrants often designate an administrative contact to manage their domain name(s). They primarily deal with business information such as the name on record, postal address, and contact information for the official registrant.
The technical contact manages and maintains a domain’s nameservers. If you’re working with a web designer or someone in a similar role, you many want to assign them as a technical contact.
The billing contact is the party responsible for paying bills for the account and taking care of renewals.
Contact Contact contains all the contact data.
First name of the contact.
Last name of the contact.
Company name of the contact. Leave blank if the contact is an individual as some registries will assume it is a corporate entity otherwise.
Address1 is the first line of the contact's address.
Address2 is the second line of the contact's address.
City of the contact's address.
State or Province for the contact's address.
Zip or Postal Code for the contact's address.
Country code for the contact's address. Required to be a ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code.
Phone number of the contact. Should be specified in the following format: "+cc.llllllll" where cc is the country code and llllllll is the local number.
Fax number of the contact. Should be specified in the following format: "+cc.llllllll" where cc is the country code and llllllll is the local number.
Email of the contact. Should be a complete and valid email address.