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Sunday, March 20, 2005

GoDaddy and Free DNS

Like Dave I use GoDaddy for inexpensive domain registration. I have for several years. I use it for sites they host (e.g. my son volunteers time and helps with web stuff for Arin's House) and sites I host elsewhere.

Dave's wondering about DNS for sites hosted elsewhere. I use ZoneEdit.

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One of the best web UI's I have ever used. It's also nice and cheap and they provide backup MX service.

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Scott Elkin said...

I also use Godaddy DNS. I wrote a post about how to properly set godaddy dns up.

Although I had been using it for so many years, I didn't realize I had set up my mx record wrong so that reverse DNS lookups were failing.

I though your users would be interested in it.

http://scottelkin.com/programming/how-to-properly-configure-godaddy-dns-settings/

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