Where did my free Dynamic DNS domain go?

We have found that in the vast majority of cases, names that are not active within 6 months are no longer needed/desired.  As such, free Dynamic DNS domains are automatically expired by the system after 180 days of account inactivity (no logins, dynamic DNS updates, etc), to make them available again to new customers.  Paid dynamic DNS domains, as well as accounts which contain any paid services, are not subject to this policy.  To prevent your name(s) from expiring, simply make sure that you update or log in at least once every 6 months!
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