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The answer is to remove the property and then re add the property. Google Console prompts you to verify via DNS when you re-add. This helpful siteground article helped me out: https://my.siteground.com/support/kb/site-tools-vs-cpanel-comparison-create-aaaa-srv-txt-records Edit: Upon coming back the next morning, when I ran some of my urls through the URL ...


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Providing your old server is properly configured then the problem shouldn't be with the DNS records. Moving your website to the new server should have only required changing the A records for example.com and www.example.com, not whatever subdomain is pointed to your mail server. Double check that your mail server is configured for something like smtp....


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You have some misconceptions about what a content delivery network (CDN) is: Yes a CDN does specialize in caching A CDN does not typically do any load balancing A CDN maintains a network of "edge nodes" -- caching proxy servers distributed globally to be near users. Here is a network diagram showing multiple web servers being used with a load balancer and ...


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You point the MX records to gsuite 1 ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM. 5 ALT1.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM. 5 ALT2.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM. 10 ALT3.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM. 10 ALT4.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM.


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