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 PostPost subject: Domain problem? or don't i understand?        Posted: Thu Jun 14, 2007 4:25 am 
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Hi,

I have the domain - holytrinityhull.co.uk - registered with UKreg. Now, I just used domain forwarding to my server for the site untill now.

I decided to configure email addresses for all the Church bods. So I logged into UKreg and chaned the A record and the MX record both to my server's IP address.

Now the mail works fine, but it won't connect to my http server at all. Do nameservers or anything apply too? Have I missed something?

Please help!

Thanks

Tim


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