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Old 16th May 2007, 23:29
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Hey guys,

I know this one has been done to death, but I still haven't grasped it. I'm not running a DNS server, single static IP and single site. I'm using the Ubuntu perfect, btw. I never quite figured out my email. I have my domain at godaddy, and I've changed the A host record, which has been working great, but I haven't played with mail until now. According to the autoresponder, godaddy still has control of the MX address. I don't know what to change it to, though. My IP address? Port 25 on the router is opened, too. Thanks everyone.
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Old 17th May 2007, 12:11
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You must change the MX record to point to your domain name. MX records always point to a domain and not a IP address.
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Old 17th May 2007, 14:00
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Thanks for responding Till,

Here's what I have:

Priority Host Goes To
0 @ smtp.secureserver.net
10 @ mailstore1.secureserver.net

I have my IP as the A Host, and doesn't the @ mean it's using the A Host value? If that's the case, should the Host be my domain, or would the "Goes To" be my domain. Thanks again for your help.

*Edit:

I changed the host to my domain name in both the priority 0 and 10 categories, and it works great now. Forgot it takes several hours to go through, but seems to be fine now. Thanks Till!

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