We have been running our email server, the MX records in our DNS domain points to an static IP address.
The problem is that we lost our static IP address. We have purchased Dyn Email Backup MX, so we are saving the receiving emails, and will be able to look at them when the static IP address is back.
But we don't know how long is going to take for our Internet provider to restore our static IP, so I want to know:
Is possible to use Dyn Email Gateway to receive our emails (as Backup Email MX does) and relay them to our email server using a dynamic address (maybe using a dyndns domain)?
asked Dec 13 '11 at 06:02 PM in DNS & Domains
Well, you may have the free option to simply point the MX records to A records of hostnames behind a dynamic IP address, be it a DynDNS hostname or a hostname of your own domain, but only in case your ISP does not block inbound port 25.
answered Dec 13 '11 at 08:43 PM
Thank you, I implemented the first suggestion.
answered Dec 14 '11 at 04:21 PM