(Free Press Release) Chilwell, United Kingdom ( freepressrelease ) October 27, 2010 - UK web hosting company Daily Internet today launches its new Bulk Domain Management tool, designed to make managing multiple domain names simpler and more efficient.
Developed in response to customer demand, the new Bulk Management tool enables customers to apply changes en masse to their choice of all domains, selected domains, or domains of one particular type (e.g. .uk domain names).
The Bulk Management system is fully featured and gives customers the power to manage DNS, set up web forwarding, manage contact details, apply catch-all email forwarding, change name servers and set up WHOIS Privacy for multiple domains at once.
Abby Hardoon, Managing Director, said: Ã¢â‚¬Å“We know that customers who have registered multiple domain names can find it time consuming to apply, for example, contact details amends to all of them. We developed our Bulk Domain Management tool to make life easier for owners of multiple domain names to make the amends they need to make as easily as possible.Ã¢â‚¬
Further information at http://www.daily.co.uk
Notes to Editors
Daily.co.uk is a second generation UK web hosting provider, delivering web hosting, domain name registration, email and website building services to individuals and small businesses in the UK as well as highly innovative and essential products such as the DailyDrive and PC Back-up Client. The people behind Daily.co.uk have in-depth expertise and experience in the Internet hosting sector and have built some of the UKâ€˜s best known web hosting brands. The Daily.co.uk web hosting platform benefits from this vast experience and track record.
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