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    Former Spam Filter (EU) IanS's Avatar
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    Remove domain from OPS

    My mind has gone blank, I can't find a method of removing a domain from OPS - Domain central. I wish to remove a domain I no longer own (deliberately) so that other party can add it to OPS. How do accomplish this simple task?
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    I believed it is done here, Domain Pointing Manager, click on 'Delete Pointer' for the appropiate domain. I just tried this, but it didn't seem to work correctly, the domain I tried to delete is still listed, and the status message says 'You have 1 domain pointer'. I have three, and should now have only two..
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    I tried that, and all it does is remove the pointer to the sub-folder. It returns the pointer to the htdocs folder.

    Maybe only support can now remove it! So much for improved control panel

    EDIT:

    I've found it - buried deep!

    Go very deep then click on the domain name.


    EDIT 2:
    Or more direct and easier.....

    Go to domain central
    Click on the domain name
    Choose remove..... I knew it had to be simple!
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