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The "host" name is the domain the A record links to. Type @ to point the record directly to the domain name.


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To answer your first question "would I be able to simply use example.com and have the website and email use the same certificate", No, not unless you buy a wildcard SSL certificate. Wildcard SSL certificates secure your website URL and an unlimited number of its subdomains. For example, a single Wildcard certificate can secure www.example.com, ...


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You can use dynamic domain name services known as DDNS. While recommendations are considered off topic here, you can search Google for ddns and several options will show up. The second entry (http://www.noip.com/free) is recognized as a DDNS provider. I cannot speak to the service quality. There are other service levels/options/sites available too. You will ...


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Okay. I am going to suggest a little bit of work that will save you some effort down the road. I have to make some assumptions in this answer in order to help. You will have three distinct tasks: one, editing your configuration files; two, define your sub-domain in DNS; three, restart Apache. I will substitute your abcd.com with example.com. I will also ...


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In life you can take on fights that are not worth the time no matter if you are right or wrong, change IPs and move on, use time in a positive manner forget the fights that that are not worth wasting your time on. If you gonna spend money on legal letters be prepaired to pay more money and time than you will ever hope to get back, roll with the punches be ...


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An alternative is to keep the email with your server as it is now, log into the go daddy email accounts using something like outlook (you can do this by using the IP address of the godaddy email servers rather than the old godaddy pop/imap servers) Setup the new email accounts using IMAP copy all the old emails to the new email accounts, and re-setup you ...


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@ 10800 IN A 217.70.184.38 www 10800 IN CNAME myapp.herokuapp.com. Seems I was missing dot at the very end of the second line which made it interpret as a subdomain of my main domain.


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You're on the right track, you should be able to avoid downtime all together - DNS management without a control panel, sounds like a nightmare! When you say 'domain transfer' I'm assuming you're talking about moving the domain from one registrar to another. In theory it doesn't matter if this is done before or after the name servers are re-delegated - this ...


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This is how I would solve this problem: 1) Obtain a list of all DNS records from Demon for the domain 2) Re-create the same DNS records on the new registrar's control panel 3) Change domain DNS to match the new name servers When the DNS settings will be changed, it sould work instantly if the new name servers settings are good.


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With DNS, you can avoid most downtime; as long as you plan it correctly. You just need to do the following: Copy all the DNS information from Denon to your new DNS servers (all your CNAME, MX, A, PTR... records.) Test that these new DNS servers are working correctly (perform manual nslookup requests) Tell Denon to change your DNS info to your new DNS ...


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From the sounds of it you have one application set up that takes the hostname of domain entered and determines what site is being viewed based on that. If that is the case there could be a lot of overlap with the content of each site, I would imagine. If so, it could be considered "duplicate content" to some extent, which could hurt your results in the ...


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There really isn't much that you can do effectively, besides what has already been mentioned. A legal letter could work, and so could redirecting the IP so something that they wouldn't want to be associated with. You could also try looking at any traffic coming from their domain to see what they are trying to access, if anything.


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If you want to direct users to the closest server to them using only DNS then i would recommend setting up a couple of cheap VPS's you can use to host your own DNS in different geographical locations. DNS round robin isn't really a great way to do geo location based load balancing because if you have multiple A records with different IP addresses the DNS ...



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