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Old 4th September 2006, 10:16
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Default External Mail DNS Records

If I have a customer who want to use their mail server for email, I will need to forward the mail to them using DNS records.

IS this what I would need to do:

A record - mail 190.190.190.190

MX record to mail.domain.com.

And then in the customer record change the mail server from internal to external.

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Thats correct.
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