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What is an MX record?
MX record stands for mail exchange record. This is a type of DNS record used to direct a website's domain name to a specific email server. In addition to the server information, you can set a preference for MX records, which is used to prioritize delivery for your mail.
If your email is hosted at Directnic, then your MX record will be your server name. IE: webxx.dnchosting.com replacing "xx" with your server number.
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