How to fix a broken .CA domain Admin email address with CIRA
Your fastest and easiest resolution is to restore your current Admin
email address of record, then use it to authorize your submission(s) at
If unable to do so for any reason, create a simple appropriate letter, including:
Please do _not_ use any proprietary format requiring
unsecurable systems we would not have for well-known security reasons.
- Registrant's letterhead
- name, position, and signature of a responsible official of the Registrant
- the specific request(s) to be accomplished
Scan the letter into any common OpenSource format (eg. .jpg, .gif, .pdf. .ps).
Email your signed scanned letter to both:
Concurrently, please submit your actual Admin, Tech and/or DNS request(s) online at
so that your request set can be
expedited with a minimum of extra bother to you once the authorizing
letter is received.
1989-2000 common sense with your CA Domain Comittee liason. (free)
2001-Jan 2004 CIRA "ECAC" procedure. (free)
2004-Nov 2008 CIRA "MCAC" procedure.
2008-Oct 2010 CIRA "MCACE" procedure. (fee applied)
Oct 2010 - today: CIRA now permits the Registrar to directly assist
the Registrant with such corrections, no fee.
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