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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by dzevad, Feb 17, 2002.

  1. dzevad

    dzevad Well-Known Member

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    Hi,
    I'm having problems with subdomains. I can't setup MX record for it, even when I use Edit a DNS Zone in WHM. I enter it click save, and check it and it's empty. Is it possible to set MX for subdomains at all?

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    dzevad Well-Known Member

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    My mistake, I can't enter MX record when using option Edit an MX Entry , but when using Edit a DNS Zone I have to put a . (dot) at the end of subdomain to work :).
     
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    Can this work from the Edit MX Menu for a Sub-Domain? Is this a bug or is there a good reason for it like this because the sub-domains do show up in the menu. I had the same results when trying to edit MX for a subdomain too.


    I was wondering the same thing the other day.

    [quote:7e7f3d4308][i:7e7f3d4308]Originally posted by dzevad[/i:7e7f3d4308]

    My mistake, I can't enter MX record when using option Edit an MX Entry , but when using Edit a DNS Zone I have to put a . (dot) at the end of subdomain to work :).[/quote:7e7f3d4308]
     
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