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    Default Changing whois data?

    Currently i got some obsolete email address in my whois entry... now how can i change that? Doesnt look like the new sitemanager will change that data.

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    Depends who your domain registrar is. If it is not WestHost, then WestHost has nothing to do with that data. If you registered it a couple years ago, it's most probably Network Solutions (http://www.netsol.com).

    What is your domain name?
    Fayez Zaheer

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    Registration was handled by westhost, they once had some domain management tool for clients but i still cant figure out how to change the whois entries... i managed to change contact information (thank god) but what is the proper procedure to change the whois entry?

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    Just because WestHost handled the registration does not mean that they are your registrar. If you give me your domain name I can try to locate your registrar for you.

    WestHost is a registrar itself though - my domain is with them. The tool I use to access my "control panel" is http://www.register.westhost.com/admin/ The login details are seperate from my hosting account though...
    Fayez Zaheer

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