DNS Host File Questions

I have a domain

mydomain.com

@               A   11.11.111.11
www          A 11.11.111.11
@  MX 10 mail.mydomain.com
mail            A  22.22.222.22
owa            A 22.22.222.33

sales          A  11.11.111.22
moresales A 11.11.111.33


I have a new version of my website
myNEWdomain.com     A  33.33.333.33

If I want to keep all records the same for mydomain.com but point the
@ & www to myNEWdomain.com

How can I make sure the web address will still read mydomain.com on the new IP
and maintain all the mx records. etc in tact.
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dmwynneCommented:
I'm confused on the question.  Are you moving your website to a new server but using the same domain name?  If so, you can keep you MX records as is and just change your website records @ and www.
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