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Client's email accounts still working on their domain even after I trasfered the domain to my server.

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How come I moved my client's website to my server and they are still able to send and receive emails from their email accounts when I have not set up those email accounts on my server yet? The email accounts use the domain name I transfered.
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j1akey earned 1500 total points
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Did you change the DNS for the email?  It's probably still getting routed through the old host.  That's the first thing I'd check.
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Turns out the client has an advanced DNS managing service and have internal mail servers. Thanks!
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