直接用域名注册邮箱写信给 nic.io 申请重发密码，再直接变更数据和续费，再更改密码，这样就拥有所有权限了。
先去（http://www.nic.io）查 Whois 资料，查看管理者电邮地址。
Nic.io目前的价格是：首年按 £60 （$100），以后按 £30 （$50）。如果申请有注册商账号，根据注册量有最多50%的折扣。
For GBP 60 (approx US$ 100) for year one and GBP 30 (approx US$ 50) per year thereafter. Registrars and bulk purchasers qualify for a huge 50% discount off year one prices.
1. 非欧盟居民 Non – EU residents £30.00
2. 欧盟居民 EU residents £30.00 + VAT @ 20% = £36.00 （VAT number–>VA部/增值税号码是所有欧盟国家的需要）
I couldn’t find a Droplist for .pl, so I had to create my own and it took me a while to understand how the Drop for .pl Domains works, but I think I got it now. Something I had to wrap my head around is that Domain Tasting is still a thing for .pl Domains, so almost 100% of .pl Domains that drop get tasted.
This is how I think it works:
- If a Domains gets deleted by the owner, the domain goes into [DELETE_BLOCKED] for 5 days and can’t be renewed anymore.
- If a Domain doesn’t get paid at the billing date, the Domain goes into [BLOCKED] for 30 days or for NASK Domains 90 days. This is the redemption period and in this state the domain can be renewed.
- After [DELETE_BLOCKED] or [BLOCKED] the Domain drops and can be registered/tasted [RESERVED]. It will stay a maximum of 14 days in [RESERVED] state.
- If it doesn’t taste good, it gets the [BOOK_BLOCKED] status for 90 days. After 90 days the domain drops again and can’t be tasted anymore.
I check the domains after [DELETE_BLOCKED] and [BLOCKED]. If the Domain is available, it will be release. If the Domain gets registered/tasted, I keep the Domain in the pending delete list and check it again at the end of [BOOK_BLOCKED].
The Deleted .pl Domains List gets updated every hour, because .pl Domains drop at the exact time you can find in the whois under “expiration date”.
Time Management for Domainers
The art of time management is never so critical as it must be for domain name professionals, or “domainers”. When time is critical, a missed domain name deal or lost domain auction can tamp down a month’s victorious site site promotion. Even intermediate domainers can lose a half day lost in Facebooking or catching up on a month’s worth of unchecked hosting popmail.
Domaining sucks time. Domain names wait for the pass and demand the domainer run with the football howver long that may be. Central tenets of domainer desktop and home office efficiency degrade as domainers struggles to sip that last drop of connectivity or bandwidth before lights out. Iphones and PDA’s blurt domain Twitters and these vy with car keys for precious possessions not to be surrendered unless loss of life is imminent.
The sun never really sets on domaining, because people all over the world are logging on checking out their domain traffic, affiliate revenues, and and mobile computing get thrown out the window when the herd turns toward auctionville or there is a crisis spiking between domain partners or web development deal principals. the clock face hands can start spinning wildly once a full agenda of web site building, conference calls, auction timelines, and project deadlines hits. here are some tips for avid domaining without a safety net.
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