Inter-registrar transfers may require a transfer authorization code or EPP key for each domain name being transferred. The code is generated by the current registrar and verified through the global registry for validity. No two codes are alike; you need the unique EPP code for each domain you are transferring. The code is not only alphanumeric and case-sensitive, but may include special characters (comma, bracket, parenthesis, etc).
For domains that support authorization code, please refer to our reference chart.
Requesting the authorization code
The instructions below are for the enom/enomcentral/bulkregister accounts. If your domain was registered through Google, you can also request the authorization code through the access.enom.com portal.
- Locate the domain you want to modify
- Select General Settings
- click on Email Auth Info to Registrant