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Propagation times are controlled by the time to live (TTL) that is set on the DNS record. The only way to get DNS changes live faster is to have a shorter TTL specified. GoDaddy may be offering to set a short TTL for you, but there is no reason that a short TTL can't be specified at most DNS hosts. Default TTL values vary widely between DNS hosts. ...
The correct solution is indeed to just provide an A and an AAAA record for the hostname. IPv6 is preferred by clients by default, usually with a Happy Eyeballs implementation. The client device chooses the protocol. You cannot influence that, only provide both addresses.
As stated by Simon in a comment above: Yes, DNS changes happen more quickly, but not all DNS servers respect the TTL... many override and set their own
Ok so for inbound mail you need to have your MX record set properly in your domain. This record tells anybody who wants to send you email where to send it. As you use WHM to handle your email you need to ultimately get it to point to your cloud server's IP address (IP A) but MX records can only point to domains and not IP addresses so you want to have a ...
It seems to me that you are not asking to transfer the domain but rather gain access to the dns records. Login as the domain owner and select active domains click on the appropriate domain name on the lower right side of the screen will be the dns servers. Click edit DNS servers and make the desired changes. scroll all the way to the bottom and click ...
You need to add the MX record to your domain first - go to your domain's DNS records (wherever these are managed), and add an MX record for your subdomain to point its mail to inbound.postmarkapp.com with a priority of 10. For example: sub.john-john.com MX inbound.postmarkapp.com 10 In Postmark's documentation, inbound.postmarkapp.com isn't just an ...
Just add a . character at the end of the value. ie for the given example use value webdir.online.lync.com.
Simple solution: Use http://improvmx.com/ and then set your MX records and you are done.
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