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Register MX record for new domain

Posted on 2011-03-12
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I have applied a new domain abc.com.cn. The MX record and A record has been created as

mail.abc.com.cn     x.x.x.x   A
mail.abc.com.cn                  MX

When I try to send a email to user@abc.com.cn, the following message is returned.

Do I mean to assign an IP address for the domain abc.com.cn ? Actually, I have another domain abc.com is up and running. But can I say abc.com and abc.com.cn are two separate domain within any relationship.  Will any incoming email be routed to abc.com ? Any idea how to solve the problem ?

Thanks

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DNS Error: Domain name not found
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Question by:AXISHK
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by:Chris Dent
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They're a bit incomplete and you need to tell us the format (the column names / field names for each of the entries above) because the format you have above is not standard.

Chris
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by:AXISHK
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Here is the records registered in DNS. xxxx.ables.com.cn is the new domain. Any idea ?

Thanks

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Chris Dent earned 500 total points
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That looks fine.

Can you run:

nslookup mail.abc.com.cn
nslookup -q=mx abc.com.cn

See if those return the entries you've added above.

Chris
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by:AXISHK
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Tks, it works now
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