Apply Domain Mapping

CU2 sites starts with a free domain name and SSL (green lock). But if you want, you can give them a unique, custom domain name that reflects your brand better.

Custom Domain can be changed
to e.g.
(if you own the domain name)


Frequently Asked Questions
Do you provide email hosting?
No, we do not provide email hosting and are not planning to do so anytime soon. If you need custom emails with your mapped domain name, we would recommend using OPTION B, and utilising your domain registrar email hosting or Gmail Workspace.
What is the difference between option A and B?
Option A, is better if you can access your domain name DNS settings (some registrars charge extra for this). DNS settings allow you to have more control of your domain name. It is needed if you want to set up your own records for mail handling.

Option B, is faster and easier. This way we handle your DNS settings for you. But it will require additional support (apply via form) if you need us to add any records/changes to your DNS settings.

How long does it take to beofre my domain mapping is live?
Each time you update DNS (Domain Name System) records in your domain’s zone file, the rest of the Internet must catch up to the changes. This period of catching up is known as propagation. Usually, DNS changes will propagate within a few hours, but it can take up to 48 hours for everything to propagate across the Internet. Many things affect propagation time, including your TTL, your ISP and your domain’s registry.

How does it work?

Change your existing CU2 site domain name

Apply now if you want to change your free CU2 domain name to your custom domain name. (Please note, that you need to already own a custom domain name. You can register one from any Domain Registrar of your choice.) Once you finished with option A or B, use the form for the final step to get your Custom Domain Name live.

Option A

Use this option if you want to map a custom domain name, that you already use or going use for your custom email addresses.

Option B

Option B is the fastest and easiest way to map your custom domain name. Just change your Name servers at your Registrar.

Domain Registrars

A domain name registrar is a company that allows you to purchase and register domain names. All domain name registrars are accredited by ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers).