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type of record on external dns for OWA 2010 access

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Hi

Iam  building a exchange 2010 and  configuring OWA 2010 access to all my 300 users.
Iam creating a external dns record ie https://mymail.aus.co.uk on our DNS server to point to a particular  IP address.X.X.X.X
there are 6 Types of data for this entry , they are
1) A
2)MX5
3)MX10
4)MX20
5)Cname
6)TxT

Please tell me which type i need to select  for OWA 2010 access

Thanks
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You want to configure an A record
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