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DNS: Covert Excel format to DNS BIND

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Hi All,

I am trying to transfer my DNS records to Dynect.  They only support BIND and tinyDNS formats to upload the records to them.  My current hosting parting cannot export our records in either of those formats.  They can only export to Excel

The issue that I have is that we have 37 Zones and over 400 records that we have to transfer.  Our current hosting party will not do any zone transfers.

Thank you all for your help in advance
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by:Jan Springer
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Export to excel, export from excel to csv, and scipt the entries.
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The CSV using tab & no enclosing quotes as delimiter should work for BIND.
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Thank you that worked
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