How do I set my domain name to Auto Renew?
This FAQ will show you how to set your domain to auto-renew.
The below instructions will show you how you can set your domain to renew automatically, and set your desired renewal period.
Please note: Domains due for renewal within the next 30 days can be done so via a manual renewal. In these cases, as the domain names are so close the the renewal date, manual renewals are needed to ensure renewal success.
You can manually renew your domain name during this period by following the instructions under the I want to renew my domain names manually section of this article.
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Login to your 123 Reg control panel.
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Scroll down to the Domain names section, and click on the Domain auto renewals link.
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This will open your Domain renewal settings page, where you can choose the auto-renewal status of your Domain Names.
You can select the renewal period of your domain names using the dropdown box provided, and set your domains to renew for a period of up to 10 years.
Ensure that the renewal status for each domain name is set to On for the ones you wish to renew.
If you would like particular domain names to not renew, simply use the toggle to set the renewal status to Off.
You can also manage your auto-renewal status in bulk by using the tool at the bottom of the page.