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InterNetX Integrates .CO Backorder Service In AutoDNS 3.0

DAILYHOSTNEWS, November 15, 2011 – The .CO backorder service is the latest function InterNetX has added to its domain management software AutoDNS 3.0. The service allows AutoDNS users to register .CO domains which have not been renewed just before their cancelation, thereby increasing the chances of getting popular .CO domains before possible competitors.

In the AutoDNS 3.0 user interface, a list of .CO domains available via the .CO backorder service is displayed. Each .CO domain is listed there 15 days prior to being deleted. Following a “first-come-first-served” principle, only one binding .CO backorder will be processed per domain. If the registration is successful, the domain will be allocated for 12 months after a 5-day “Pending Delete” phase. The new backorder function gives domainers attempting to register highly profitable .CO domains a significant speed advantage.

In combination with the launch of the .CO backorder service, InterNetX has started a prize draw. Everyone who successfully completes a .CO backorder will automatically be entered. Winners will be drawn from those who register a domain with the .CO backorder service up to December 4, 2011. 20 packages consisting of a free .CO domain for a year and a solar powered smartphone charger can be won. InterNetX partners can already use the .CO backorder service via the domain management software AutoDNS 3.0.

About InterNetX
Founded in 1998, InterNetX counts as one of the top providers of first-class domain products and hosting solutions. With over 300 ccTLDs and gTLDs in the portfolio, more than 3.4 million managed domains and 1.600 hosted servers, InterNetX is one of the most successful providers for resellers and professional users on the international market.
Website: http://www.internetx.com

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