what's yahoo's mx records.

Domain names and mx records.
Yahoo is where our site was hosted and we want to change to a faster host.  But the email is to remain there.  I put the ip for the new server into the cname record for www.  and @ and .domainname.  

I need to know should I have not created a cname for @domainname.com and did I get the right mx records set  which I got off some website.   mx1.mail.yahoo.com

End result desired is to have the email goto yahoo small business and the website resolve on a different server.
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Yahoo's MX mail records are as follows:

d.mx.mail.yahoo.com        66.196.82.7
e.mx.mail.yahoo.com        216.39.53.1
f.mx.mail.yahoo.com        68.142.202.247
g.mx.mail.yahoo.com        206.190.53.191
a.mx.mail.yahoo.com        209.191.118.103
b.mx.mail.yahoo.com        66.196.97.250
c.mx.mail.yahoo.com        216.39.53.2
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