MX Records

MX records are an essential part of your email infrastructure. They determine which server is responsible for handling incoming emails, and they can be used to configure multiple mail servers to provide redundancy and load balancing. This blog post will discuss MX records, how they work, and why you should use them for your email setup. At its most basic level, an MX record is a type of DNS (Domain Name System) record that specifies the mail server responsible for accepting emails sent to a domain name. It works by directing all messages addressed to toward the correct mailbox provider or hosting service so that they can be appropriately… Read More

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