I have registered a domain name (let's call it
example.com.au) through GoDaddy and have an active email account using the gmail servers (
[email protected]). The gmail setup process automatically set my DNS records so that mail service is handled by their servers and it works well.
I now have a website on ecoweb hosting that I want to go live. I want browser requests for:
to point to my page on the ecowebhosting web server.
Currently this is accessible through:
I fear if I change nameserver configuration at GoDaddy to:
as instructed on ecowebhosting site, it will break gmail functionality because the mail settings given by ecowebhost will be different.
Can you advise or point me to a guide on how I can do this properly without affecting mail?