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Old 12th February 2013, 17:02
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Default Problem setting up google DNS verification

I'm trying to setup google DNS verification using ispconfig 3. It tells me to setup a CNAME with the hostname of this form:
XXXXXXXXXXXX

and (this is the issue) the target:
gv-2SDGMXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXPGNCNIQTJ2SZIKS DA.domainverify.googlehosted.com.

Obviously I've replaced some details with the X's, but the length of the target hostname is correct. When I enter it, ispconfig tells me:

"Target hostname format invalid"

I tried shortening the target hostname by removing some of the long string of letters and ispconfig accepted that, suggesting that the problem is simply one of length.

Does anyone have any idea what I can do to make it accept the full target hostname?
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