Whois show I have no website anymore

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I have been trying to get my Homestead email - I saw the Very Important Domain Info and checked Whois. 

Whois Information

Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited https://icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibited
Domain Status: clientUpdateProhibited https://icann.org/epp#clientUpdateProhibited

I still cannot receive Homestead email and now Cloudflare has me back to needing an Authentication Token which I cannot receive because I cannot receive my Homestead email.  I tried changing the Nameservers back to the Homestead Nameservers and that doesn't even get me my email now. 

So this whole switch to HTTPS has just been a SNAFU from the git-go.

How do I get a Cloudflare token so I can access my account and try to figure out the email and maybe figure out why my website is Prohibited. 


Oh yeah - and from time to time the website is not even accessible.  Just says the we address is not correct.  Then sometimes the page actually comes up.  www.shadyoaksmustangranch.net


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Unless your domain says "clientHold", that Extremely Important Domain Info article doesn't apply to you. It is the regular status for domains to show clientTransferProhibited and clientUpdateProhibited.


I can see that you reverted the nameservers back to ours, but your site is probably not working properly because we have 3 nameservers. You would need to re-add the 3rd one.


Unfortunately, this is why, in your last question regarding this, I recommended you change your email to something other than a Homestead email in your Cloudflare account and why we put in the instructions not to use a Homestead email to sign up for Cloudflare. It causes a lot of issues. 

Please add the 3rd nameserver, send yourself the Authentication Token and check your email through Roundcube. Then, once you are in your Cloudflare account, please change the email address you have on file to something other than an email you have through Homestead. At that point, I would recommend deleting the domain from Cloudflare and starting over. If you take the instructions one at a time and don't skip any part of any step, you shouldn't experience any trouble.
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I did change my email, but then I changed the MX thing and now I'm back to being unrecognized and completely shut out.
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Added the third nameserver - no email coming from anyone to Homestead account


This message was created automatically by mail delivery software.
 
A message that you sent could not be delivered to one or more of its
recipients. This is a permanent error. The following address(es) failed:
 
bounce@homestead.com
(generated from rspmam@shadyoaksmustangranch.net)
There is no one at this address

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It does take time for propagation when nameservers are changed. You'll need to give it some time, unfortunately.
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Is there anyway to revert everything to Homestead HTTP and just say to heck with HTTPS?
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That is what you already did. I would recommend calling if you decide to use Cloudflare again. We can help walk you through the process.800-710-1998
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If it is reverted why does Roundcube not receive my email?
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As I said, It does take time for propagation when nameservers are changed. You'll need to give it some time, unfortunately.

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