Yes, you can do that. I'm just pointing out that that's the only thing you can do. About half the posts we get here from registration-only customers ask how they should go about setting the 'A' records for their domain, or how to set up subdomains, or how to point their domain to their dynamic IP address of their cable modem.
Yes, you can easily set the nameservers for your domain to those of your original host.
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