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Hello,

I need to redirect a website - and just the website, not the emails - to a different server.
Registrar is Network Solutions and I am looking at the advanced dns settings panel right now:
If I remember right, I just have to edit these A Records, which currently read:

www             7200                 (some IP adress)
@ (None)       7200       (the same some IP adress)
* (All Others)       7200       none
mail .thedomain.com       7200       (some close by IP adress)

If I remember right, I do not touch the CNAME, which reads
autodiscover.thedomain.com       3600       ar-east.exch0xx.serverdata.net.

Correct?

Thanks!
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Correct, just the A records for www and @.

You should also have a MX record for "thedomain.com" which seem that it should be set to "mail.thedomain.com".


Then entry autodiscover.thedomain.com should be for Outlook anywhere or email clients that support using outlook anywhere.
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Excellent!
Thanks!
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