Name Server / DNS management

The maximum length of a TXT record is 255 characters. If the record is longer than 255 characters, you have to divide the key in more text strings that can be maximum of 255 each one, separated by double quotation marks "" (without space between quotation marks). For example you can divide a DKIM key into two parts: Original record:..... Read More »
If you have to implement a SPF record: - Choose "Record Type" ==> TXT - In "Name" choose the domain name followed by "." for example: - In "Value" insert your string in quotes "", for example "v=spf1 +mx +a ~all" If you have to implement a DMARC record: - Choose "Record type" ==> TXT - In "Name" insert..... Read More »

In order of inserting the "@" insert the domain name without the "www" and with a dot at the end:

Type, name and value. MX mydomain.ext. value: 1 ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM. MX mydomain.ext. value: 5 ALT1.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM. MX mydomain.ext. value:  5 ALT2.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM. MX mydomain.ext. value: 10 ALT3.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM. MX mydomain.ext. value: 10 ALT4.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM. Always remember to put the dot at the end, both name and value.
The IP address you have to use is in the activation mail of the Linux Hosting. If you choosed hosting linux but you still don't have the email, contact us. Coniguration example for Linux Hosting only (only shown the record you have to modify): Record type "A" Name: Value: Record type "CNAME" Name: Value: PAY ATTENTION:..... Read More »
"A" Record creation: Record type "A" Name: (Put the "." at the end) Value: (the IP it's just an example)   Another example of an "A" record: Recird type "A" Name: (Put the "." at the end) Value: (the IP it's just an example) Another example of an "A" record: Record type "A" Name: (Put..... Read More »
To change name server you have to login the control panel in the "DNS Server" area and click on "Change". We recommend that the DNS Server be the IP addres of the server (ex: If you have to add more than 2 name servers you just have to click on the "Add line" button. When you've finished to change,..... Read More »
Before doing a name server chage on a .IT domain you have to correcty configure the domain in the new DNS servers. If you skip this the NIC will not approve the change and the status will be "pendingUpdate". To check whether the new dns servers are correctly configured before claiming the change, use the dns service check NIC: Read More »
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