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GoDaddy DNS change for Exchange

Posted on 2007-03-26
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Before I waste any more time can someone tell me if the GoDaddy DNS configuration will work.

A Host

Host            Points To
@            MyPublicIP
@            GoDaddyIP

MX Record

Priority                     Host            Goes to
0            @            email.MyExchange.com
10            @            SMTP.GodaddyPOP.net
20            @            Mailstore1.GodaddyPOP.net
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by:poweruser32
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it looks correct to me i would also set up RDNS for the email server as well in case of future email delivery problems
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I am not a fan of MX records on 0.
That configuration would also mean email would go to Go Daddy's email servers as well as yours. If you haven't set anything up in their control panel to get the email to your server, then remove both of their servers from the MX records and set your server with a value of 10.

Simon.
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Thanks Sembee, great suggestion.
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