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Transfer of emails from IX Web hosting to Exchnge server

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WE just want to know where are the A Records found on a IX Web Hosting site. I want to transfer the MX records to my Exchange server. how can i delete or change built in A records in IX webhosting
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for that you will have to see where your domains are controlled. If IX provides you a DNS management interface, then that is where you will go. If not, you will have to instruct them to make the change for you.
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