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how to use A-Record and mx-Record in asp.net pro.
Posted 20-Jan-13 19:27pm
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d@nish 21-Jan-13 1:56am
   
What exactly are you trying to do here and have tried something yet?
deepakaitr12345 22-Jan-13 7:24am
   
I am not sure this is related to .net but i found this is as
The MX-record contains the host name of the computer(s) that handle the emails for a domain and a prioritization code. Emails are routed through to the IP address which is set in the A-record of the host.

The MX-record contains the host name of the computer(s) that handle the emails for a domain and a prioritization code. Emails are routed through to the IP address which is set in the A-record of the host.

The A-record (or address-record) determines which IP address belongs to a domain name. This record 'translates' the domain name to an IP address

Refer ---
http://www.copernica.com/en/about-us/news/a-record-and-mx-record-how-does-it-work

Hope this will help you

Thanks

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