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FS#1991 — FS#5967 — Wrong dates on the renewals of .co.uk of August 2011

Attached to Project— Domain names
Incident
uk
CLOSED
100%
Some .co.uk domain names renewed on August appear in the whois with ""Renewal required" and an expiration date on 2011 instead of 2013. Some customers have also received an automatic email from the Registry.

We have contacted Nominet, the concerned domains were renewed: there is no need to renew them again, you can therefore ignore the email of the Registry.

The "Renewal required" status will disappear during the next days, and the correct expiration date (2013) will show up on the whois.

Meanwhile, the concerned domains will be functioning correctly.
This task will be closed once we have verified that all the concerned domains have the correct expiration date in the whois.

Date:  Thursday, 27 October 2011, 18:03PM
Reason for closing:  Done
Additional comments about closing:  The whois dates are now correct.
Comment by OVH - Thursday, 27 October 2011, 18:03PM

The problem is resolved - all the domains previously impacted have now the correct date in the whois.