Author Archive | Michele Neylon

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Extending Outlook With Office 365 Add-ins

I’ve always been a firm believer in “eating our own dog food”, so shortly after we launched Office 365 I switched one of my personal domain’s email over to it. While Microsoft traditionally was focussed on Windows software only, in recent years their support for Mac users has improved dramatically and the Outlook app on […]

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IEDR Christmas Closure

IEDR have informed us that they will be closed from December 23rd 2016 until January 3rd 2017. During this period no new .ie domain name registrations, registrant changes, or other administrative changes will be possible. Nameserver updates will be possible during this period. We would recommend clients to ensure that they get all documents and requests […]

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Blogger? The .blog Domain Is Here!

If you’re a blogger do you have your own domain name? The new .blog domain name is now available so if you wanted to setup a blog to talk about your favourite topic you can now register names like: mytopic.blog myhometown.blog myhobby.blog and thousands and thousands of other options. Here at Blacknight several of us […]

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DotBlog Launches This Afternoon

Do you have a blog? Are you using a “free” Blogger, Tumblr or WordPress blog? Why not upgrade to your very own domain name? At 3pm today the .blog domain name will become available for registration to anyone anywhere. You’ll be able to order yours from us for only €24.99 (ex-VAT) per year. Here’s Don […]

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IE domain names could soon have accents

Want a .IE Domain With a Fada?

It’s Friday, so I thought re-using a cat picture was the purrfect choice. Since yesterday it’s possible to register .ie domain names with accents (fadas). It’s something we’ve been talking about for several months over on Fada.ie. So if your company or business name (or idea) is in the Irish language (an gaeilge) you can […]

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