TMG-L ArchivesArchiver > TMG > 2012-03 > 1333076452
From: Rick Van Dusen <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Comparison
Date: Thu, 29 Mar 2012 20:00:52 -0700
Your URLs (technically, domain names) belong to you. You can transfer
them to another/others with no problem (check with your host for the
procedure). However, you actually don't have to do that; your
successor(s) can simply "be you" if they have the information (account
and password). (They can then change the information, much easier than
transferring to a different account, but it leaves you liable.)
You'll have to check with WG about your TMG license, I assume. However,
aren't you still using an older version? Your successor can buy a new
license and import your data.
Ian Singer wrote:
> Unrelated question.
> If I am going to give up my web URLs, before I get too sick from cancer,
> can I give my TMG to the relative that will take over if I do not keep
> any copies? The cancer is OK at the moment but I am recovering from
> cdif, pneumonia and influenza all at the same time.
> Ian Singer
|Re: [TMG] Comparison by Rick Van Dusen <>|