Using the Joker.com email interface, you may send 'commands' to a special address at Joker.com by email. Those commands may consist of registration orders, domain renewals or modifications.
The Joker.com mail interface address is disclosed once you signed up as a reseller.The emails making up the commands follow a simple format, which is described here in section 'Requests'.
For security reasons, each request which is sent to the mail gateway has to be signed using PGP or GPG. This means, you need to have a pgp/gpg-installation on your machine. Some tools which can be used for this:
Emails which are not signed correctly will not be processed. All requests to the gateway have to be sent as PGP/GPG signed mails to the Joker mail-robot (you will receive the exact address if you have registered yourself as a reseller).
Mails are expected to be sent in the "traditional" format (signature is part of the message body), not (for example) in MIME encapsulated format!
The actual request (the command to be peroformed) has to be put into the subject of the email. Further details (for example the full qualified domain name) have to be put in the message body.
Subject: modify domain
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