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Domain Manager

A Mac application designed to organize your domain names, hosting plans and many other related things.

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MacBook Pro with Domain Manager

Calendar Events

By default, if you grant it permission, Domain Manager enters events into your calendar to keep track of expireing domains and hosting plans. The event is created in the default calendar when you enter the expiry date for the relevant domain name or hosting plan. You can disable or enable this feature in the preferences window.

If you change the expiry date of an item then the relevant event is also moved in the calendar to the new date. If you delete the item from Domain Manager the event is also removed from the calendar.

If you change the expiry date of an item then the relevant event is also moved in the calendar to the new date. If you delete the item from Domain Manager the event is also removed from the calendar.

If you deny Domain Manager to access the calendar when macOS asks you about it, the application may not ask you again. If you want to enable Domain Manager’s access to the calendar after you formerly denied it, please go to your Mac's System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Privacy > Calendars and tick the checkbox associated with Domain Manager.