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  1. ewilke

    ewilke New Member

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    I tried to change my domain to collegehillbaptistchurch.com but I found out it was already used by another church. But in x10hosting's system it is showing my site as having that domain. I have tried to get my original domain of collegehillbaptistchurch.x10hosting.com to be applied again but keep getting error codes.
     
  2. Christopher

    Christopher Retired

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    Hello,

    What is your cPanel username and the error code?
     
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  3. descalzo

    descalzo Grim Squeaker Community Support

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    The nameserver still has the old domain in the system:

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    DNS server handling your query: ns1.x10hosting.com
     DNS server's address:	99.198.122.2#53
     
     Name:	collegehillbaptistchurch.x10hosting.com
     Address: 69.162.115.253
    
    
     
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  5. Anna

    Anna I am just me Staff Member

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    That error is a timeout error, meaning the system was temporarily unable to communicate with the hosting server.
    Please try again at a later time.
     
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    Anna I am just me Staff Member

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    I think it would possibly return that for all sub domains not currently in use. I will check though.
     
  7. descalzo

    descalzo Grim Squeaker Community Support

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    Checking further (ie, lookup for subdomain names clearly not in use), I think you are right.
     
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