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Why does my registration info say my new site is [domain]@dns-protect.net? That is, why doesn't it say inmotionhosting?

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Ronnie H.
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Quote from Teresa Crumpton

I didn't do that on purpose. Inmotionhosting technical people set everything up. Is this OK, or does it need to change?

Don't worry, it should still work as expected! By default most people set their domains up with basic privacy in place so their personal contact information is not publicly accessible. If you want to double check, please use AMP to check (and possibly update) your domain information. If you're still unsure after that, feel free to get in touch with our 24/7 Account and Billing team to make sure there isn't anything unusual listed! We're having some phone issues this week, though, so please use the Live Chat or Email/Ticket options. 

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Ronnie H.
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Quote from Teresa Crumpton

I didn't do that on purpose. Inmotionhosting technical people set everything up. Is this OK, or does it need to change?

Don't worry, it should still work as expected! By default most people set their domains up with basic privacy in place so their personal contact information is not publicly accessible. If you want to double check, please use AMP to check (and possibly update) your domain information. If you're still unsure after that, feel free to get in touch with our 24/7 Account and Billing team to make sure there isn't anything unusual listed! We're having some phone issues this week, though, so please use the Live Chat or Email/Ticket options. 

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Teresa Crumpton

I didn't do that on purpose. Inmotionhosting technical people set everything up. Is this OK, or does it need to change?

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Ronnie H.
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Hi Teresa! It sounds like you're using a form of domain privacy with this site's registration, which keeps direct contact information from being displayed. Mail sent to that listed address will be routed to the email address on file.