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Hi All,

 

I have a client who already has a domain name and has a provider who is managing his email services on that domain (eg john@clientdomain.net.au), however he does not yet have a website.

 

I am developing a site for him, and would like to host this on TCH. Can I do this without affecting his existing email arrangements? That is, his website would be hosted on TCH, and email somewhere else, both using the same domain name.

 

thanks

Rick

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Hi Rick,

 

If you set the DNS here, and edit the MX records, you can send the emails to a separate server.

 

If you ask at the support desk once the account is set up - we'll help sort it with you.

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Hi Rick,

 

If you set the DNS here, and edit the MX records, you can send the emails to a separate server.

 

If you ask at the support desk once the account is set up - we'll help sort it with you.

Thanks Andy. your very fast response is much appreciated.

Rick

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Hi Rick,

 

If you set the DNS here, and edit the MX records, you can send the emails to a separate server.

 

If you ask at the support desk once the account is set up - we'll help sort it with you.

Thanks Andy. your very fast response is much appreciated.

Rick

Andy, I would appreciate if you could explain more about MX records, and how it results in the emails going to a separate server.

thanks

Rick

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