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Hi everyone

I am in the process of copying my website from my old host to .mac. My .mac address is currently http://web.mac.com/simontaylorfilms/ but I own the domain www.simontaylorfilms.com which I have through ukreg.org which is using the name server of my current host. How do I find the correct name server for my .mac account so going on simontaylorfilms.com will load the home page of my .mac site? I cant find the answer anywhere on the .mac help pages.

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Does your domain registrar offer domain name forwarding? All of my domains are registered with godaddy.com and they offer a free service where you can forward your domain name to any other domain name.

For example, our podcast is at www.cheapdateshow.com, but the "real" address is fourthtimearound.libsyn.com. godaddy's service forwards the domain and "masks" it so the visitor sees the domain name we want them to see in their address bar.

Hope this helps!
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