Just manage your domain in Enom and choose "Host Records"
Choose "URL Redirect" as the record type.
As shown below choose the URL and add "?redir_mode=301" to the end of it.
To test the 301 and make sure it is a 301 (unlike Godaddy which really did a 302 when I chose 301!).
The "passwords do not match" implies or makes it appear that your auth code is wrong but actually you have to click "View additional settings" and then see there are 2 password fields to manage the domain once it is transferred (the password is typed twice for confirmation). Simply fill out a password twice or remove the first password fields contents and all will be well.........
I bought the 1TB Deskstar C revision recently at just $49 each and put them in RAID 1for my Desktop.
Look at how close the old Deskstar 1TB comes to matching the performance of the mor expensive Samsung and WD's?
This is phenomal, I can't believe the performance I've gotten out of these cheap drives.
At this time we can't resolve Enom's website and all DNS requests to their 4 primary name servers are failing, although the hostnames themselves still resolve:
Name Server: DNS1.NAME-SERVICES.COM
Name Server: DNS2.NAME-SERVICES.COM
Name Server: DNS3.NAME-SERVICES.COM
Name Server: DNS4.NAME-SERVICES.COM
Name Server: DNS5.NAME-SERVICES.COM
You would really think Enom, bein........