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ISP changed email host - now want to switch back to original

Posted on 2011-09-23
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Greetings,

A friend is having his ISP host his email. This was originally hosted by his website host - now he wants to switch back to the original.

the ISP is having trouble with this. Can someone help?

Thanks!
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First you have to know who have access to the DNS records of his domain.

If your friend have access he can change the MX record to your website host.
Otherwise you have to ask to the people who administer the domain to do this change for you.

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