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Apparently, their (email) account's setup is tied to MX records of domain's nameservers, making it impossible for a seamless transition.
So even if you set up everything on Go Daddy's side, the email account's status will still show "Pending Setup: validating MX record" for quite a while, rejecting all incoming email.
If you are using Google Apps, you will need to verify your domain with Google before you can use any of the Google Apps services.
The automatic verification process does not work with Hover so here is how you would verify manually.
After updating nameservers, the website will be accessible very quickly, but all email will be rejected with e.g.: "188.1_does_not_like_recipient./Remote_host_said:[email protected]/Giving_up_on_188.1./" It seems as though the account won't accept any email until it "receives" the correct MX records from a domain, and they say it can take up to 48 hours (which is especially absurd especially as they be both registrar and provider in this case). But the catch was - GD will be showing "Pending Setup: validating MX record" before you update nameservers for a domain, and afterwards as well.
Has anyone had experience and/or no-downtime migration to Go Daddy at all? And during this "afterwards" phase, the emails are rejected (as the domain is already pointing to GD, which is "pending" for some reason).
Alternatively, if you are not using the existing nameservers for anything (perhaps these are just your old domain provider's servers, if you transferred to Hover recently), you can use the Edit option to update these to Hover. Once I got the domain into the Go Daddy system, I went to the Domain Manager, selected my domain and hit the Namersevers button.I told it I wanted to "park" my domain and use all of the default Go Daddy nameservers.So, log into the Slice Manager at https://manage.and navigate to the DNS tab: Now click on the 'records' link next to your domain.If you haven't created a zone for your domain, then refer to this article.