If you've made changes to your domain settings and want to verify if they've propagated, follow the steps in this guide.
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If emails are not sending or receiving, check internet connection, if IP is blocked on server firewall, reconfig email settings in Outlook, and more.
In this article, we take a look at what a domain is, why you need one, where to buy a domain and how to see its availability.
Effects of an unplanned or badly done DNS change can range from your website being unreachable to a total disruption of all email.
In this article, we go through less common DNS records to find out what they are, why they exist and how we can use them.
Most of us who have hosted or registered a domain, are familiar with the regular DNS record entries. Extended DNS records are less known but equally useful. These are SPF, DKIM and DMARC records which are now in demand as added anti-spam tools.
As the name implies, Reverse DNS is the inverse of normal (forward) DNS. DNS (Domain Name Service) translates a human readable URL or domain name into an IP address for the computer to read. Reverse DNS is useful when you have an IP address and need to find the domain name.
When transferring your domain and content to a new host, there are a few factors you need to know about as they will affect downtime.
The installation process for cPanel DNSONLY is fairly straightforward. With the cPanel DNSONLY software you are able to run a dedicated physical nameserver.