MX Records, different servers for different subdomains

Posted on 2007-09-28
Last Modified: 2010-10-05
Hi all

Is it possible to set up MX records that point to a different server for each subdomain


IN A helldesk

Then, MX records for (email server is 2.2) and (email server is 2.3)

Question by:x_terminat_or_3
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    Accepted Solution

    yes. create a subdoamin helldesk and add MX record to it pointing to
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    Expert Comment

    sorry forgot to add. that you also probably need to create a host mail or something in that new subzone with IP and use that name in the MX record
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    Author Comment

    I see

    Thank you very much
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    Expert Comment

    you are welcome.

    you don't have to create that A record if you already have a name associated with that IP.just use the existing name for  MX record

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