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Performing a DNS transfer to 1&1 (using 1&1 name servers) will NOT transfer the website files, databases, e-mail accounts, etc.
It is possible to transfer this data to your 1&1 hosting package before the DNS is changed to point to 1&1.
ISPs use caches for DNS records (store the record locally rather than retrieving fresh data from nameservers) to speed up Web browsing and reduce traffic, which delay the time until changes are visible to your visitors.
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