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I have installed Exchange on my server.  I have a static IP on my server.  My DNS for my URL is managed at GoDaddy.com .  I would like to send and receive email from my Exchange server on my server.  Currently I have a host entry on GoDaddy to point my url to my server IP address for my website.  I use bindings to listen for the URL coming in.  How can I configure my MX records on GoDaddy.com to use my Exchange server?

My server domain: corp.mydomain.com
My IP; Static IP
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Question by:Christopher Gore
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They make it pretty easy in their new DNS Manager.

This should guide you through the process.
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by:Dan Arseneau
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One thing to note.  If you are trying this from a home address, your ISP may be blocking port 25.  Happens alot.
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by:Christopher Gore
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I guess I thought there would be more steps.  It's just as simple as sending it to my server from the MX entries.
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