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WHOIS Changes
Posted by David McKendrick on 08 December 2016 04:10 PM

Beginning December 1st, 2016, changing WHOIS details for a domain name via our client area will result in a domain name being locked for 60 days preventing transfer to another registrar. ICANN instituted this policy to prevent domain name theft, and, we think it's a step in the right direction as far as abuse is concerned. During the 60 day window, Fused does not have the ability to unlock a domain name for transfer.

We highly recommend always ensuring your domain contact information is up to date, but given this change it's particularly important.
Please review your domain name contact information:

1. Logging into our client area at
2. Navigating to domains > my domains.
3. From there, each domain has a drop-down link on the far right that allows you to 'Edit contact information' with ease.

As always, we'll be here if you have any questions. 


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New mail configuration: eliminate certificate warnings easily.
Posted by Yuri A on 29 October 2014 05:15 PM

We are in the process of simplifying email account setup at Fused!

From now on, you can use the following settings:

Service Server Names

If you like you can simplify that even more by using for everything, but that can make troubleshooting a little more difficult in the future.

Also note: we encourage you to use the new simplified server names, but your existing settings (like will continue to work. However, if you are using mail.[] you will almost certainly get Certificate Mismatch warnings. This is expected; either reconfigure mail client with the simplified server names, or accept the certificate after verifying that it's fingerprint matches the following:

Certificate Fingerprint
MD5  6A:4F:83:FC:11:0E:3C:CA:2D:F9:6C:F9:AD:E4:B8:4E
SHA1  12:1B:85:52:43:32:86:17:E4:DB:88:85:E9:6E:3D:AE:CC:C9:70:B0
MD5  BF:34:3A:AE:A2:7C:1D:5F:2D:52:17:4C:6B:CF:BA:6F
SHA1  B1:05:AE:16:85:D5:4E:3C:9E:78:05:83:AC:9A:22:6C:CA:EA:5B:5B


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