Master of My Domain
Master of My Domain
2.1.3

4.5

Master of My Domain free download for Mac

Master of My Domain

2.1.3
26 October 2015

Keep track of your domain names.

Overview

Master of My Domain is the solution for keeping track of your domain names, server information, monitoring server uptime and monitoring expiration dates (with iCal integration).

Features
  • Built from the ground up for OS X
  • Sync domain expiration dates to Calendar/li>
  • 256-bit Blowfish encryption
  • Password protection keeps unwanted eyes away from your domain libraries
  • Organize domains into groups
  • Store an unlimited number of domain names
  • WhoIs lookup automatically gets registrar and expiration date for most domains
  • Scanner lets you quickly see which (if any) domain names are offline
  • Schedule periodic scans of your domains and get SMS or Email notifications when they go down
  • Import/Export full domain libraries with CSV support
  • FTP login tester ensures you've entered the correct credentials for your domain
  • Companion menu bar app MOMD Scanner will scan domains for uptime periodically and can SMS or Email you if a domain goes down

What's new in Master of My Domain

Version 2.1.3:
  • New Duplicate Domain option in Edit menu
  • Improvements to MOMD Scanner menubar app
  • Fixed an issue with sorting and deleting domain name entries
  • UI fixes

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15 Master of My Domain Reviews

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Skilip
14 May 2007

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After waiting more than a week for my serial, I could finally use the full version. That was a big disappointment however. I was not able to add more domains than the 5 I already had from the evaluation version. I got this error: 'An exception of class NilObjectException was not handled. The Application must shut down.' Just as BILL W I've sent AppleSource an e-mail on which the answer was equally unsatisfying. I also feel like I've thrown away my money.
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Version 1.4
Jfm
31 March 2015
YES! Domain groups are enabled now! Compared to my original assessment in 2007, when I had concluded that MOMD did not match requirements, it has made huge progress, as evidenced by my more recent comments (March 26, 2015). Especially at a time there are few domain management tools for Mac left on the market, it is really nice to see such an app that is actively maintained and improved.
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Version 2.1
Jfm
26 March 2015
So glad to have found that app! I had bought Domain Tracker in 2004: it was discontinued. Then I bought Domainer: it did the job properly for several years, but was discontinued last year as well. Finally, I have now found Master of My Domain. After those previous experiences, I approached it cautiously. But I was impressed: when I submitted a pre-order inquiry mentioning a bug, not only did I receive a personal and precise answer within a few hours, but also an updated version fixing the bug! What is still missing at this point are domain groups within the app: but the developer has kindly informed me that this feature would soon come with the next version, i.e. 2.1. Moreover, the app is more powerful and offer more features than its discontinued competitors used to. Not only does it allow to list domain names, but also a variety of information related to each domain name: FTP information, email addresses with user and password, logins, subdomains, databases with all details... I first regretted having to give up the previous app, but discovering Master of My Domain now makes me think that it is actually a blessing of disguise to need to change. The only thing that I am not yet able to assess is the stability of the app with several hundreds or thousands domain names: not enough time spent using it, and I wait until domain groups are available in order to import most of my domain names. Finally, the best for the end of this short review: the developer has assured me that the app "will continue to be updated and supported". With the vanishing competition, definitely the best option left for Mac users who need to manage domain names. ( I had also a pleasant surprise when buying the app: currrently, the store of Apple Source Software offers it at a discounted price of $20.)
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Version 2.0.0.3.0
Fluffykittymeow
11 August 2009
I've been hoping a revamp would be completed on this product. It was easy to use, but had a few issues a year or so ago. I just purchased version 1.7 today though after looking at the documentation and seeing the bug fixes etc and let me tell you the flaws from earlier versions are fixed and the new features are awesome! I've been following this small company for several years with TimeNet (which is use religiously for my graphic design & website contracts). They seem to be super busy, but when a large customer base gives them good feedback and lets them know about bugs they fix them quickly. I honestly think they put some time into this update and fixed the issues people were having before. I'm stoked! I give it 5 stars in version 1.7. When is the iPhone app coming out? OMG yes! I'm sick of storing this private data in the notes app :( Nice work AppleSource.
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Version 1.7
Tengutech
20 April 2009
Requires work, as does their customer support... I would have posted most of this on their support forums, but I am still waiting for the confirmation email to join :( * If you have not entered any domains, and you click the 'scan domains' button the program falls over with the error message: An exception of class OutOfBoundsException was not handled. This application must shutdown. * Dates are display in the USA date format, whatever the setting on your computer are. * The program works out information about the whois for a domain by doing a http request to various sites, then screen scraping. Which doesn't always work. Wouldn't it be better to use the 'whois' terminal command locally? * Expire dates for domains are sometimes a seeming random date.
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Version 1.6
1 answer(s)
Applesource
Applesource
10 August 2009
I believe all issues are fixed, plus there are some great new features in this version. Check it out and let me know!
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Version 1.7
Aljuk
01 October 2008
Still completely broken, but the developer continues to advertise it for sale. This app has never worked.
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Version 1.5.5
Chapman
03 October 2007
I just downloaded the new version. There are still a few bugs, but it totally saved me. I transfered 7 websites and our main (business) site over to Media Temple to not pay the outragious domain fees at Network Solutions. After adding the domains to Master of My Domain last week, the info showed our main domain was still registered with NS and was about to expire (which was also shown in my iCal). I called and got everything fixed up, but I would have been in trouble next week when I lost my name. Thanks, Apple Source! The only things: .org and .net don't seem to show pulled info, but I can add it myself. All my other domains show everything and I have no problem syncing into iCal.
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Version 1.5.5
Jfm
03 October 2007
I had tested previous versions, which were unconvincing. I tested again this one, but it seems not all problems have been solved. It scans domains well and fast. It launches domains well and fast. But it has problems with registrar and expiration dates. I tested it with several domain names. Out of half-a dozen .com and .info names (all registered for years), it was only able to identify registrar for one, and expiration date for none. Regarding national domain names, it did not work for any of those I tested. Domain Tracker continues to work much better, but seems no longer to be updated. If Master of my Domains could finally work properly, I might well be interested to buy it - but certainly not as long as it has such weaknesses. (I am on iMac Intel.)
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Version 1.5.5
Aljuk
14 August 2007
This app is STILL completely non-functional. It is not fit for purpose and does not work in any way, shape or form. How can any "developer" have the audacity to re-list this broken pile of crap and try to obtain payment for it? It's tantamount to fraud.
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Version 1.5
Dihakz
07 August 2007
I've made a HUGE mistake sending any money to this "company". The software is very shoddy (not just this product, but also Master of my Domain -- do not buy either) and the support is completely lacking. 1. Trial version will show you nothing, encouraging you to buy before you've had the chance to adequately decide if it is worth it. 2. Serial number takes about a WEEK to arrive. 3. Support emails will mostly go ignored, deny you have any sort of problem (even if it is crashing consistently). 4. Any attempts to resolve, including, but not limited to, requesting a refund will similarly go ignored. Customer service is about as good as the quality of programming and technical support: NIL! Unfortunately, I really have thrown my money away. I'm left with a piece of garbage that will not run, and a hole in my bank account where my money once was. I tried to resolve the dispute with PayPal and with the developer. A refund is not given, nor were my issues even addressed. I really hope that this will help someone out there before they decide to drop any money on it. One more thing: I think they're a scam. The trial version is so badly limited, that you feel almost required to buy, just to TRY it. Once you buy, it takes eons to receive a serial number. Only then do you discover that it crashes incessantly making it completely unusable. Support is a joke. Learn from my mistake!!
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Version 1.4
Aljuk
11 July 2007
Lousy, unfortunately, and from a visit to the developer's site it appears that no progress has been made for at least half a year. 1. It took multiple attempts, quits and restarts to input any site data. 2. It kept losing site data, text mysteriously vanishing where I had filled it in. 3. It kept quitting itself: "an exception of NilObjectException..." etc. 4. The WhoIs lookup didn't work at all at first. Subsequently only incomplete details were fetched. ("Registrar Unknown"), even though the info is all available at WhoIs. Didn't fetch any expiration dates nor contact details. 5. The WhoIs info sidebar arbitrarily filled with random HTML 6. The data fields aren't lockable, they're always active (not that the data stays for long anyway) 7. 50% of the time site data was lost when the app was quit and restarted. 8. Scanning Sites for any more than one site resulted in a hang and a force quit. This could be a great app with some development. I'm disappointed as it was something I was looking for.
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Version 1.4
$29.99

4.5

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later
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