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  1. viceroy United Kingdom

    viceroy Active Member

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    Hey Acorners, I'm sure that this question has been asked before but can't find a relevant thread...
    After realising that I have an overzealous 62 domains, I'm finding it hard to keep my spreadsheet up to date with all the settings, dates, etc. What does everyone else use software-wise?
     
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    I've only a small number (under 15) and you're more advanced than me as I'm on a card system, but others have suggested a database (which excel effectively is). But I'm sure the more experienced members here will advise better solutions.
     
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    with 62 domains, excel should really be fine. what are you finding hard to keep uptodate? the renewal date? Once entered, it's just a case of knowing it needs renewing every 2 years.

    I don't think its worth moving to a database or anything more complicated with your number of domains.
     
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    I have about the same, but keep everything on Excel.

    In terms of renewal dates I have a little script on the cell which changes the date to a red colour if within one month of renewal date, makes it stand out.

    You could add them all to a SQL database on your server and keep control with a basic CMS - that way you can even program it to email you as renewals are drawing near
     
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    You could always try Robodomain if you find Excel is not suitable
     
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    Cheers for the replies, it's not that I'm really struggling... I just thought that there must be a more efficient way to keep track of my current names, droplists and watchlists, something like 'watch my domains pro'?
     
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    Cheers admin, will have a look at that.
     
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