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i bought Dyn Standard DNS Service for iwssecurity.com , my idea is to use the hostnames from here, but keep my webpage forwarding and my email from my current provider that is godaddy. but when i configure it, dyn ask to change the name servers on godaddy, when i do that, i can log in to my email, but does not get any email, and cannot enter to my webpage that im forwarding from godaddy. what shoyld i do to fix this?
Answer by Cry Havok · Feb 15, 2012 at 09:44 PM
See this guide to delegating your domain. You'll need to copy all the existing records first, which I suspect you haven't done (I'm not seeing any records for your domain with Dyn).
Otherwise, this sticky covers remotely accessing services on your own network, they also list the information we need to help you further.
I got fixed the website forwarding problem, but can fix the email issue. I have 3 emails wit godaddy, that are: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org , i can send email but cannot receive. I got this message when i send an email from other account to one of the ....@iwssecurity.com "Sorry, we are unable to deliver your message to the following address. No MX or A Record for http://iwssecurity.com"
I know that this is related to what you told me on your reply, but when i get to Mail Exchangers for
iwssecurity.comPage. i dont know what to do from there.
If you want to use GoDaddy for your email then you need to talk to them to find out what the MX records you should use are. Unfortunately we can't advise you as to what the correct settings would be, since they may vary by customer.
So you need to create 2 MX records:
Answer by RotBlitz · Feb 16, 2012 at 12:09 AM
does not get any email, and cannot enter to my webpage that im forwarding from godaddy
For your e-mail you'll want to add MX records, and for your website you'll want to add A records. See this KB article.
(Sub)domain names with an A record and behind a dynamic IP address need to be updated with the related IP address information.