Domains.coop to stop hosting and email services

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From May 1 Domains.coop will terminate the support for email and hosting services, including website builders.
Many of cooperatives throughout the globe practice the .coop domain for their global identification. Now, Web Hosting company Domains.coop has declared that all Web Hosting Services, Sitebuilder, and Email services will stop operating on 1st May 2020. Prior to this date, users want to source new Hosting, Sitebuilder, and Email providers to replace the existing service.

Co-ops using Domains.coop for these services will have to look for alternative providers. Those having a domain listed with Domains.coop, but without an email or hosting product bought by the organization, will not be affected.

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Hosting and email services suspended

Domains.coop said it can no longer support these services due to its email and the hosting provider is terminating these products.

In a report to service users, it also affirmed that the termination of two of its services will only influence the hosting and email services and not domain listings.

“Domains.coop’s first suggestion was to change these clients to an ICANN-certify .coop enlistment center, for a prompt continuation of service,” said the announcement.

“We do comprehend that co-administrators might need to keep their web services inside the co-operative development.”

Domains.coop is asking specialist co-ops which are organized as a co-operative, and certified co-operatives associated with web hosting or email provisioning, to present their qualifications to be added to its report of suggested associates. Email service is needed for migration

For users of hosting provider through Domains.coop, it is needed to migrate to another hosting provider. There are many options for email and hosting service providers. For the UK, the following list of sites can support migration and shift.

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