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How to delete host records from dns

When i add client with domain,the error " already has the dns record" come.

how to add a client with its old dns entry

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To dns record, open dns manager browse to the record, right click on record and delete it. The following shows on how to do it.

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How do I access and read my e-mails on

Hello, Using the following Network Tools DNS IP Email You can select this link This contains the current MX record for that domain name.

When you add your email account to your client, ie outlook, thunderbird, etc, you can select the record and port (pop-110 smtp-25) and the server name would be the MX record listing for that domain.

With the user and password set you will be able to add your email account.

Now if you run into issues I would contact your hosting provider to determine any specific settings on how to add the email accounts. They may have FAQ pages like this(example) : How do set up my Outlook and Outlook Express for Imail SMTP authentication...

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Editing DNS Records with GoDaddy For Your Kajabi Account

Note: GoDaddy is used as an example how to edit DNS Records because their user interface is easy to work with. As each provider has a different way of doing this, you may need to contact their support center specially if you are not comfortable editing DNS Records. Just show this article to them and they should be able to figure it out.<br /><br />Before anything else...<br /> <ul> <li>A Host Record is used to map the domain name to the IP address of the host that serves your website.</li> <li>CNAME Record is an alias of another address ( is an alias of</li></ul>Let us continue...<br />For using a Custom Domain name with your Kajabi account, only two steps are needed for this to work.<br /> <ul> <li>Step 1: On your end (this is done at your domain provider/registrar). (3) A Host Records that points to our IP addresses (, and and (1) CNAME Record for 'www' that points to your Kajabi site ( must be created. Details found here.</li> <li>Step 2: On our end configuration is automatic after adding your domain ( in the Custom Domain field under the Project Settings tab.</li></ul><br /><utube src="oIUZY67iv-Q"><br /><br />Wait! I already have an existing site.<br /><br />The following guide below is provided for those who ONLY want to add their Kajabi site as a Sub-Domain to an existing site.<br /><br /> <ul> <li>Step 1: On your end (this is done at your domain provider/registrar). Create a CNAME Record (ex: 'members', 'portal', etc.) and point it to your Kajabi site ( Details found here.</li> <li>Step 2: On our end configuration is automatic after adding your domain ( in the Custom Domain field under the Project Settings tab.</li></ul><br /><utube src="0V7G4UBq0yA">

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I cant update offsite dns setting

Your first step in setting up DNS for your domain is create some A records, or host records, that point to servers that you are hosting resources (like a website). So, for example, let's say you are hosting a website on a server with IP You'll create an A record for 'www' (without the quotes) to point to This way, when someone goes to, they'll be sent to your web server.

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DNS Name resolution Between private & Public network.

You do not need to configure ISP's PTR records. Instead define their DNS addresses as forwarders in the properties of DNS server under forwarders tab and flush DNS cache.

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Getting error while joining any host(winxp or other os) to domain

Hi irudayaraj, you are right,and one more for checking use this site ,really it is goos and free site.

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Is there a running Domain Controller present? If so DNS info is often stored in Active Directory (A.D. Inegrated DNS Zone).  If this is the case you can just connect a server to the network, join the domian (verify DNS settings in TCI/IP config is pointing to Domain Controller) and then installm DNS from Add/Remove windows components.  Zone data should replicate from AD to new DNS server, to verify open DNS console and look for resource records relevent to the domain.

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DNS is the primary name resolution service for Windows Server 2003. Active Directory depends on DNS for domain controller location, and DNS influences Active Directory domain naming. Thus, to fully understand Active Directory, it helps to understand how DNS acts as an integral component in the design of Active Directory.

DNS provides Active Directory with both a name resolution service for domain controller location and a hierarchical design that Active Directory leverages to provide a naming convention that can reflect organizational structure.
Typically, a DNS domain namespace deployed to accommodate the Active Directory mirrors the Active Directory domain namespace. In cases where there is an existing DNS namespace prior to Active Directory deployment, the DNS namespace is typically partitioned for Active Directory, and a DNS subdomain and delegation for the Active Directory forest root is created. Additional DNS domain names are then added for each Active Directory child domain.
DNS data is used to support the location of Active Directory domain controllers also. During or after the creation of the DNS zones used to support Active Directory domains, the zones are populated with DNS resource records that enable network hosts and services to locate Active Directory domain controllers.

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Resolve home domain

I assume you mean you have an Internet domain mapped to your home or office broadband IP address. First of all, you need a static IP address but I assume you already have that. The biggest problem is usually that the broadband router will not route anything from "inside" to it's external IP address. In theory, you should be able to set this up but I have never managed to get it working!. There are two ways round it:

(a) If you have an internal DNS server, set up a zone for your domain & point the A records at your servers' local address (192.1698.0.x or whatever).

(b) If you don't have a DNS server, edit the "hosts" file which is at "c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts" in Windows XP (note that there is no extension on the filename!). Ascertain your PC's IP address and add a line similar to this to the file:
Your PC's IP address
Substitute your own domain name for ""
If you have other hostsnames (e.g. then add extra lines with the appropriate IP address (if they're the same server then the same address). Save the file & all should work. You would have to do this on all PC's from which you want to access the domain.

If you're using Linux or MacOS then you can still edit the hosts file - but you probably know where to find it.

If I was wrong & you're actually talking about a Windows domain, then you have to join the computers to the domain & that's bets done from the server management application or, if you don't have that, the appropriate AD control applet.

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First timer installing a Server network

Well i'm just going to start where i would start. First off, how do your machines on the network get their IP? DHCP?

Is the first listed DNS server the AD server?

Also make sure your using case sensitive domain information when your trying to connect. It is rare but i have had that be my trouble.

I have remote software available and would love to help you fix this hands on if possible. I live for network problems ;)

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