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Posted on 2008-06-12
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how i can configure my dns in order to have dual delivery in my company emails?

is this rifgt?

domain.com   14400 IN MX 0 server 1
domain.com  14400 IN MX  1 server 2
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No that wont work...the sending email server will only send to one server ..you will have to forward those emails to the other server yourself.
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MX records are just there to provide a mail server preference.  dual delivery will need to be done at the mail server level.
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THanks alot
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