Changes you will see with regard to transfers:
- We will no longer create a temporary handle during the transfer process. This is the old process that forced you to make an owner change after the transfer was complete.
- We now handle more transfers directly online (ex.: .name, .aero, .pt, .hk ...), which means less paperwork for everyone.
- The complete transfer process can now be monitored, step-by-step. You will be able to clearly see the actions that you need to perform in order to successfully complete your transfer.
- You now have the ability to change your DNS during the transfer process.
- For bulk transfers, the limit has been bumped up from 20 to 50 domains. Additionally, you now have an interface where you can quickly and easily add auth codes for each domain in a list.
Other changes you will see in version 3.0.7:
- Integration of IPv6 glue records for all compatible extensions: (.com, .net, .name, .org, .info, .us, .me, .in, .es, .fm).
- The visualization of clear error messages on your Orders in Progress page.
- A better view of our domain name promotions on our home page, so that you don't miss any important deals.
- As announced in the previous article (here), we have increased the RAM limit to 12 GB instead of 8, which if you want, you can use with Debian's new 64-bit distribution (5.0 - all the more so as the price of additional RAM has been reduced by 33%!
- The addition of a sitemap for those who are curious or lost
- We have corrected a number of little things that have been brought to our attention following the release of 3.0.6. Thank you once again, to all of our customers that have taken the time to report the bugs that they have seen on our site, in order to improve the overall quality of Gandi
I would like to add that you will soon be able to create your servers in our American datacenter in Baltimore.
Finally, I would like to end with just a quick note to say that our teams are already working on version 3.0.8, which revolves around Gandi's Hosting service, with new features such as load-balancing and optional cores for your servers...