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DNS problem: How can I receive mail through google mail?
Recently I wanted to host my own domain on my ubuntu server. I have configured bind with the following configuration file: $ORIGIN tesa.com.ro. $TTL 1800 @ IN SOA ns1.tesa.com.ro. ...
Jul 21 '13 at 10:08
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