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I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the answer to that question. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I discover an answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can help you..

Comment #1

The list of allowed countries for .it domains was incomplete- but it says European Union now so has become correct. You can register more than one name (I have two). It may be worth noting that the .it registry operates a fax system too..

.nl domains are available to anybody now (except for the unpopular third-level 'personal domains' which are still limited to natural Dutch people).

.se domains are available to anybody now too, at the second level. (As with .nl the third level domains, such as are restricted)..

.uk domains have a minimum 2-year registration period..

*** I also think that a French person can have more than one .fr HostGator now- but I am not sure, perhaps someone else can confirm this?.


I just noticed the EU countries list at the bottom of your post- it is a little short....

The European Union consists of:.

Luxembourg, Republic of Ireland, Denmark, Austria, Finland, Belgium, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Germany, Sweden, France, Italy, Spain, Greece, Slovenia, Cyprus , Malta, Portugal, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Slovakia, Lithuania, Latvia and Poland.

And also, from Monday, Romania and Bulgaria join the club...

Comment #2 - requires ABN or TM in auz. Likewise have to be auzzy entity to register them...

Comment #3

Thanks for putting up this list...still a useful reference.....

Comment #4

Thanks a lot to Sid and for your contributions..

List updated..

There are more, let's list them all in here!.

Thanks again!..

Comment #5

I don't know many details but I heard that some ccTLDs censor the HostGator registrations and don't allow specific keywords they think as "reserved" in internet..

Comment #6

You forgot .in! It has no restrictions and is for India...

Comment #7

I didn't forget. I'm still updating it and counting on the support of you all, NP Members..



Comment #8


You spent a lot of time doing that....

Thanks a lot!!!!!!!!!!!!..

Comment #9

Thanks for all your work putting this list together..

Rep added...

Comment #10

Yes and no. There are restrictions but they are not enforced. So enjoy when you can...

Comment #11

Wow I never knew their were so many tlds. Very nice post, rep added...

Comment #12

Yes, it took me a lot of time but I go my reward; a couple of domains in my area extremelly valuable that not even .COMs could provide..

I was looking for that info for a long time....

Thanks you all for the reps...

Comment #13

.MD domains seem to have some restrictions..

I parked.

This 3 letter .md.

With namedrive and got this message from shortly after:..

Comment #14

Thanks for the update. First post updated as well..

Important to say is that several ccTLDs in one way or another DO restrict sexual or offensive content. So one should check first before registering sensitive types of domains..

The list above is also Not intended to be complete as it would be a gigantic file..

Thanks anyway...

Comment #15

I believe that for many of the 'restricted' ccTLD's there's an easy way around it: as many registries allow PO Box addresses to be used, it's easily done to register a PO box in a country (forwarding your mail to your actual address in your true country of residence) and use it to register your domain. Imagine you want a domain, just buy a PO Box address in Israel and use it for your domain, it is not even breaking the rules. Of course it will cost some money to keep the PO Box going, but if you need several domains in that country very badly, then it can be a good solution...

Comment #16

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.