Article ID: 115624, created on Feb 28, 2013, last review on Apr 29, 2014

  • Applies to:
  • Plesk 11.x for Linux
  • Plesk 11.x for Windows


eNom released the New TLDs Extension for Parallels Plesk Panel which allows to monitor if new TLD is available for purchasing.

Each customer in Plesk can create their own watchlist of the TLDs, such as .ACADEMY, .ACCOUNTANTS and so on. If TLD from the watchlist become available, subscription owner will receive e-mail notification from eNom about TLD registration availability. eNom New TLD portal provides only monitoring functionality, but not domain registration.


  1. Download the New TLDs Extension from eNom office page.

  2. Install extension:
    Server Administration Panel > Extensions > Add Extension > upload downloaded extension

  3. Configure the New TLDs Extension by clicking on the newly installed extension. To be able to configure extension you should have eNom account.


Once the New TLDs Extension is successfully configured, customers can manage watchlist on their subscription:

Control Panel > Websites & Domains > New TLD Portal

They can add TLDs to the watchlist. Watchlist of TLDs is stored on eNom side. Once TLD from the watchlist becomes available, eNom will send message to the subscription owner.


The New TLDs Extension failed to be installed due the following error:
Error: Unable to install the extension: Executing /usr/local/psa/admin/plib/modules/enomnewtlds/scripts/post-install.php failed: Access for administrator from address '' is restricted in accordance with IP Access restriction policy currently applied.

Remove the IP address '' from the IP access restriction rules.

The New TLDs Extension failed to be activated with the following error:
Error! The TLD Portal has failed to create! Please try again later.

This error meants that connection to eNom server is not available. Make sure connection to the host '' is not filtered by firewall rules. In case you use test reseller account, connection to the host '' must be enabled.

The New TLDs Extension logs can be found in file: /var/log/sw-cp-server/error_log

bd7fc88cf1b01f097749ae6f87272128 56797cefb1efc9130f7c48a7d1db0f0c a914db3fdc7a53ddcfd1b2db8f5a1b9c 85a92ca67f2200d36506862eaa6ed6b8 0a53c5a9ca65a74d37ef5c5eaeb55d7f 29d1e90fd304f01e6420fbe60f66f838

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