The domain contact email address
is found in the following 3 types of data and can be changed by following an
online process or by sending specific documentation:
- Login Details and/or Aruba Registration
- Registrant (owner) Details
- Billing Details
Regardless of which process
you follow, after changing the details of the domain Registrant, you
need to confirm the contact details (only for domains other than .it
See more information
in the article titled “How to confirm the details of the Registrant
(owner) of a Domain”.
1. ONLINE PROCESS
It is possible to change the email
address easily and quickly through the online process:
- Login Details and/or
Aruba Registration Details (if
no service has been activated)
From section “Change
Personal Details” of the site hosting.aruba.it.
- Domain Registrant
By following the steps indicated in the provided article.
Only during the domain renewal process.
2. PROCESS WITH DOCUMENTATION
Alternatively to the online
process, you can change your details by sending the required documentation.
In this case, the request must be sent by the person referred to in the details you
More precisely, if the Domain
Registrant, the person referred to in the Billing Details and
the Owner of the Login are the same person, you can change all the contact email addresses with
one single form; whereas if these are different people,
the requests must be sent separately by each relevant
- Copy of photo ID of the person
referred to in the details you are changing.
See available Sample copy with relevant instructions on how to fill in the form.
SENDING THE DOCUMENTATION
All the required documentation can
be sent either by:
- Opening a Ticket, through which you can send a scanned copy of
- Fax on the number +39 0575/862110.
Fill in the Forms using CAPITAL
If the details entered are not
clear, the request may be rejected.
Aruba reserves the right to
request further documentation (Company Registration Certificate, Company Statute,
Notary Certificate, etc...) in order to verify the
identity of the persons involved.
Article ID: 2675, Created On: 9/11/2009, Modified: 4/28/2014