Last Updated on Thursday, 1 December 2011 02:12 Written by Mike Hoffman Friday, 25 November 2011 04:19
This article is for those looking to make changes to their DNS zone using Arvixe’s cPanel software. It is an update of an older blog instruction set from 2009. The “simple” and “advanced” DNS Zone Editors allow users to add, remove, and modify A, CNAME, and TXT type records.
ATTENTION: Do not attempt to modify these fields unless you are absolutely sure what you are doing! This tutorial will provide a bit of background on each type of record, but is not for beginners. Please contact Arvixe support if you are not 100% comfortable with these actions and their consequences.
First, let’s look at what each record type means. Then, where to access the editor pages.Learn More
Last Updated on Sunday, 30 January 2011 01:30 Written by Naveed Ashraf Friday, 21 January 2011 11:18
If you have your domain registered at or transferred to Arvixe, you have the following options to manage your domain.
- Lock your domain
- Private Registration
- Getting Authorization Key
- Update DNS Information
- Renew Domain
Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 January 2011 05:55 Written by Arian Jahansouz Sunday, 22 August 2010 06:44
This article will give you a clear understanding of what propagation is. Any time DNS changes are made, you must wait for propagation to complete before you seeing any changes. Propagation is the time it takesLearn More
Last Updated on Friday, 16 March 2012 10:12 Written by Noah S Saturday, 30 January 2010 01:09
Modifying the Name Servers of your domain is a simple task. First go to http://billing.arvixe.com in your browser then enter your user name and password as seen below.Learn More
Last Updated on Saturday, 16 January 2010 04:16 Written by Shai Ben-Naphtali Saturday, 16 January 2010 04:16
Since Google Apps is one of the best (if not the best) email services out there, here is how you can setup your domain, which you have its DNS managed by Arvixe, to point to Google.
This blog post presumes you’ve already setup your Google Apps account and that you are just now doing the finishing touches (ie. final DNS settings to have Google handle your emails). If you’ve setup your Google Apps account correctly, this final step will put the finishing touch and allow Google to handle all your emails needs.
For this to be done, you’ll need to setup three DNS records:
- MX records, thus telling the world, who handles email for your domain (ie. Google).
- CNAME record, so that if you type mail.yourdomain.com (replace yourdomain with your own domain name – like mail.shai-arvixe.com), it points to Google Apps login page.
- SPF record to tell the world that Google is allowed to handle emails for your domain (this helps other mail servers know that Google is allowed and thus, help prevent filtering emails from you as spam).
Note: the links above point to Google’s own help articles, respectively.Learn More
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