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  1. NickC Spain

    NickC Active Member

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    Hey guys,

    Where can I find the expiring UK domain drop lists which is provided to the general public?

    Not from any paid 3rd party providers.

    Thanks in advance
     
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  3. ian

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    domainview and domainlore
     
  4. NickC Spain

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    Thanks Ian,

    I'm not interested in 3rd party providers. I'm would like to know if there is a public list provided somewhere for XML feed.

    Thanks
     
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    monaghan Moderator Staff Member

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    Unlike some registries, Nominet choose not to release this information, make your own or buy from someone who has done the work are the only options.
     
  6. NickC Spain

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    Yeah I thought as much regards nominet, couldn't find anything on their website.

    Ok, thanks i'll have a look round see who provides an XML Feed.

    Thanks
     
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    Domainview has csv/xml on certain packages
     
  8. NickC Spain

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    I contacted DomainView and subscribed to the highest paid package, after emailing about importing the XML feed, I got this back...

    "It is not meant to provide clients with a full list of data that they can then go on to provide to clients of their own, You will have to compile your own lists for that"

    What's the use in providing an XML feed if you can't use it to show your clients!

    Edit : After checking domainviews XML this may work fine for what i need.. I think my initial email there must been a misunderstanding as to what I was asking for.
     
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    Very useful, hadn't heard of domainview before - thanks for sharing.
     
  10. stellar73 United Kingdom

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    expireddomains.net - has uk droplists every day

    should add its ones that have already dropped, just re-read your original post!
     
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