Hello, 48 hours ago DNS was modified to point website to one host (BlueHost) and
email to another host (Liquidweb)
Today when I ping from my Comcast connection it shows the correct IP for the
website (188.8.131.52) and the correct IP for mail (184.108.40.206) but when
I send a test email through Comcast it's still going to BlueHost.
Domain is luxuryvillaslanzarote.com
Mail sent from within the email host server (Liquidweb) routes correctly to his email address, but all other mail goes to BlueHost.
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