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The main domain record (foosite.com), unlike whatever.foosite.com cannot be answered as CNAME, only A or AAAA. If I remember it properly, it is by RFC. Solution: amazon invented tricky way. The key here is not 'the main record cannot have cname record' but 'the main record cannot be answered as cname record'. They made their own record type - alias. The ...


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Ok, I had to add ServerAlias for each server, didn't think of it because before I had a mod_rewrite rule to remove the www. prefix... <VirtualHost 127.0.0.1:8080> DocumentRoot /var/www/html/afarber.de ServerName afarber.de ServerAlias *.afarber.de ErrorLog logs/afarber.de/error_log CustomLog logs/afarber.de/access_log common </...


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All of your DNS records look ok dig +nocmd smilespowder.com any +multiline +noall +answer smilespowder.com. 857 IN A 37.61.237.48 smilespowder.com. 86057 IN NS ns2.creativelaundry.co.uk. smilespowder.com. 86057 IN NS ns1.creativelaundry.co.uk. smilespowder.com. 857 IN MX 0 mail.smilespowder.com. dig +nocmd www.smilespowder.com any +multiline +noall ...


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Your error tells me that the sub-domain name did not resolve. While there are several reasons why a sub-domain does not resolve, the most common reason is that it is not defined. You have to add the sub-domain using a CNAME record in the DNS that is the SOA (statement of authority) for the domain. Most of the time, the SOA is the DNS server provided ...


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If you run your own name server using BIND this is configured with the rrset-order parameter rrset-order defines the order in which multiple records of the same type are returned. There are three options, fixed - records are returned in the order they are defined in the zone file random - records are returned in a random order cyclic - records are ...


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Although matts answer gave me some direction for the "page rule" tip in cloudflare, a bunch of stuff still had to be made. I'm assuming you already have an application running in openshift: let's suppose it's subdomain is php-example.rhcloud.com, and now you want to add custom domains example.com, example.com.cc and example.com.co to redirect to the ...


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Assuming your DNS is propagated, A records will change pretty much immediately. There is one thing though that you should be aware of: while using Chrome browser, it will cache routing and things very heavily. So you could work to clear those out by wiping your local DNS caches. First run ipconfig /flushdns in Windows console to clear system dns cache. Then ...


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Easiest way to achieve what you are wanting to achieve is to run your own DNS server on your network and have a zone file for your domain name in it. In that way... domain.com (public dns) www - A - 201.45.X.X domain.com (internal dns) www - A - 192.168.X.X I have set this up numerous times in the past and not just with web servers but also with Microsoft ...


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If you don't need to redirect mydomain.com.co/url-example to mydomain.com/url-example then some simple page rules in cloudflare for the 2 other domains to do a 301 redirect back to the main domain would do the trick. If you need to redirect with url, the ideal case would be to set up server with 3 virtual hosts with the domains. When user visits a domain to ...


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You need to set the ServerAlias in the configuration file. I am guessing you have CPanel. Maybe you can search the docs for ServerAlias. Sorry I don't use CPanel. ServerAlias *.mydomain.com I use this all the time for testing and live hosting. My PHP code handles the sub domain content.


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You have 2 SPF records. Multiple SPF records are not recommended and may cause delivery and spam classification issues. Combine the 2 records into one record. Here is one of many tools you can use: http://www.spfwizard.net/


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You should be able to do this if the DNS Zone Admin for www.somecompany.com adds ourapp.somecompany.com as a subdomain entry pointing to the IP of www.ourapp.com on their DNS server and add ourapp.somecompany.com as a valid domain on your server in IIS. Not knowing about IIS specifics, http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11737065/server-alias-in-iis could be ...


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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 ...


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Tim is correct. You will need to point a subdomain on your domain to inbound.postmarkapp.com, using an MX record. So, inbound.yourdomain.com will have an MX record of inbound.postmarkapp.com with a priority of 10. Then, when verified in Postmark, you can send emails to anything@inbound.yourdomain.com.


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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 ...



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