28 Feb '13, 3pm

@2xlp Wait one second! We're glad you've brought this up because it's something we often discuss...

Remove the name.com name servers from your domain if the TLD allows zero name servers, which most do. This will effectively remove the domain from the root DNS zone and the domain will no longer resolve at all. This will also disable all services on the domain such as email, URL forwarding, etc so this may not be an option for you. Use someone else's name servers. You are not required to use name.com name servers. There are many third party DNS providers on the Internet and you can also run and operate your own name servers as well. This requires a bit of know how but if you have it this is an option for you. Going this route may also not allow you to use all DNS related name.com services such as URL forwarding, etc. Setup a wildcard record for your domain. This method is probably the one that will work best for most of you. In the DNS management section for your domain, s...

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