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Back in 2008 I bought my domain name sogaard.us, and it has worked fine since then, but this Friday I stopped receiving emails and today I found out that my website on the domain is not responding.

I am trying to figure out what is going on, as I have gotten no emails for renewal or anything like it. But I have one problem I can not remember where I registered it. Is this something you can help me with? http://whois.domaintools.com/sogaard.us

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    Look at your billing reminder emails from 12 months ago? – DavidPostill Mar 8 '15 at 13:38
  • There are nothing, the only email is have is from EPAG 4/19/12 and 4/19/13 asking me if my information is correct. – DoomStone Mar 8 '15 at 13:42
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    Do you still have the relevant emails from 2008? Credit card receipt? – DavidPostill Mar 8 '15 at 13:43
  • Your server was hosted on 77.66.80.23? perhaps you could ask hostmaster@meebox.net if they know anything? meebox.net/en/contact also has live chat ... – DavidPostill Mar 8 '15 at 13:48
  • Nope, i do only have emails back to about 2010, and there are nothing there about my domain name. I bought it for many years in advance, so i have not had to touch it for many years. – DoomStone Mar 8 '15 at 13:48
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The DNS-Server is called as follows:

Name Server: NS2.GRATISDNS.DK
Name Server: NS3.GRATISDNS.DK
Name Server: NS1.GRATISDNS.DK
Name Server: NS4.GRATISDNS.DK
Name Server: NS5.GRATISDNS.DK

gratisdns.dk is hosted by this company:
http://web.gratisdns.dk/omos

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Larsen Daten ApS (CVR: 32.160.395)
Flæsketorvet 68
1711 Kopenhagen V
Telefon: 46 90 32 32
Fax: 46 90 32 34

Maybe you remember this company name?

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 Created by Registrar:                        NETWORK SOLUTIONS INC

So maybe http://www.networksolutions.com/ ?

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DNS, Hosting, and other things like that are not the same as the registrar. You can move all those -- your registrar is set until transfer. So, your registrar is http://www.enterprice.net/

You can find out things like this by using http://network-tools.com

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