All Good Things…


If you failed to transfer your domain names before our closing date as instructed through numerous notifications, we are sorry, but those domain name are now lost until they expire, at such time they can be re-registred by anyone. We allowed 30 days, plus an additional 10 days past the deadline which was more than enough time to take care of this.

Thank you everyone for a great 13 years!


We here at Dryline Hosting have come to a difficult decision, and that is that we must close up shop. We’ve had a good run since 2003, but the hosting landscape has changed, and we can no longer continue to change with it. We thank you so very much to all of our customers that have supported us.  Effective May 31st, 2016, all services for Dryline Hosting will be shut down.


At the time of this post, this is a 30 day notice, and this will also be broadcast by our support system notification, emails and social media accounts.

You will need to unlock your domain names and initiate a transfer from another domain name registrar before that time. Do this right away, because some of those can take time depending on who you use. If you fail to unlock it first, the transfer will fail. Please start that process right away. After May 31st, you will no longer be able to transfer that domain name and will loose access to it. 

All web hosting and other services will cease to function on May 31st. Regardless of your renewal date, no refunds of any kind will be given. It is your responsibility to request via support ticket if you want your services to end on or before your renewal date. This means if you don’t request that, and your renewal date is on May 30th, you will be billed again. All accounts will be closed on June 1st, 2016 and nothing will be billed beyond May 31st, 2016. All PayPal subscriptions will also be cancelled on June 1st, 2015.    

Please attend to this in a timely manner that is most beneficial to you. 

NOTE: We are unable to assist you in moving your files/websites to any other host.