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Adding an MX record
An MX record (Mail Exchanger record) is a DNS record that specifies a mail server responsible for...
Changing the server hostname
To change the server hostname, log in to WHM and go to "Networking Setup" > "Change Hostname"....
Choosing a hostname
A hostname is a unique identifier assigned to a computer device in order to identify it on a...
Choosing which nameservers to use
You have three main options for managing the DNS records of the domains you host on your server...
DKIM email authentication
DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) is an email validation system designed to detect email spoofing...
How to add an 'A' record to DNS
An 'A' record maps a domain/subdomain/hostname to an IP address. This way, when we want to reach...
How to manage a DNS zone in cPanel
If you manage the DNS for a domain using the nameservers of the cPanel account server, you can...
How to manage a DNS zone in WHM
If you manage the DNS for a domain using the nameservers on your server, you can manage that...
SPF email authentication
SPF (Sender Policy Framework) is a validation system designed to detect email spoofing by...
Using Google Apps with Gmail as mail server
Using Google Apps with Gmail as a mail server, instead of using the mail server on your server,...
What is TTL in DNS records?
TTL stands for Time To Live. in a DNS record, you enter in the TTL field the number of seconds...

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