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  • Introduction into the Member Area
    This short article gives a quick introduction into the member area.
  • Domain Name Pattern Filter Explained
    The pattern filter can be a very powerful tool in finding good domains. It uses regular expressions to find domains that match your specified pattern without you having to try out every possible combination yourself.
  • How to Backorder Expired Domains
    If you find an expired domain name you want, you can place a Backorder for that domain with a Drop Catching or Backorder service. Learn more about how backorder works and where you can backorder domains.
  • How the Domain Availability Check works
    ExpiredDomains.net uses two different ways to check the availability of a Domain Name. DNS and Whois check. Read about how they are different from each other and how they are used on this website.
  • Why you should always check Values
    The information for Domains on ExpiredDomains.net are gathered when the Domain gets added to a Domain List, but they might change right after. Read about why you should always check Values before making a decision to buy or register a Domain.
  • What you can find in the Member Area
    There are a lot of great features you can only find in the Member Area and I want to use this post to show you what they are, so you can decide if you would benefit from signing up.
  • Pending Delete Domain Status
    After a domain expires, it will pass through a number of states, before it gets deleted. The last state before the deletion is the Pending Delete State. Read more about it here.
2019-05-17

New TLD Blacklist Filter
Blacklist TLDs and remove them from your listing. You can combine as many as you want.
uk = remove .uk and all second level .uk TLDs
*.uk = remove all second level .uk TLDs, but leave .uk
co.uk = remove just co.uk (.co.uk works the same)
.uk = remove just .uk (leave all second level .uk TLDs)
The blacklist can be combined with other TLD filters.

2019-05-17

Fixed the "Named Ending" Filter

2019-05-02

NameJet Most Active Mail Parser now uses the Bulk Domain Search

2019-05-01

Domain Details Page accepts any Domain Name Now
You can now view any existing domain name on the domain details page (e.g. /domain/example.com). You will at least see the domain name status section + the similar domains result, if the domain is not currently listed. If the domain is listed, you will also see the usual domain data for the domain. There is also now a simple filter for the domain name status section.

2019-04-30

New Tool: Bulk Domain Search
Copy & paste any list of domains into the bulk domain search and if they are listed, view them with the gathered domain data in the corresponding domain list.