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There is no schema per-say of the data and format which is returned through a whois query. Whois data is generally returned as simple text designed to be human readable. The companies that parse whois data to extract key information from it generally use regex searches to identify key field names in the string and extract the data after it to parse the data. ...


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To answer the first part of your question the numbers in front of the addresses in the MX records are the priorities for which the mail servers should be connected to. First attempts to mx records with a 10 priority, then 20, and so on. When migrating email servers best practice is to setup the new email server, change your DNS records, but keep the old ...


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If the previous (current at the time) registrar's privacy service forwards email sent to the account in the domain registration then it might be possible to do the transfer without disabling privacy. The new registrar will send an "approval request" (that is what GoDaddy calls it) to the previous (current at the time) registrar. If the privacy service of ...



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