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How do I set a DNS CNAME record on exchange 2007.
I was told I needed to do this in order for Email Reg .org to register my domain.
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Here is a link that shows you how to create a cname in DNS (This is not on the Server) This will be done with your Registar of your domain name.

http://www.networking4all.com/en/support/domain+names/dns/cname-records/
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Thank you  I'll contact them.
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