It will display your current MX records and state reported by your DNS host.Your DNS host is most commonly the company who you bought your domain from or who hosts your website.Domain Name Servers (DNS) translate domain names or records created by users into numerical IP addresses used by computers.For example when you type in it translates to the IP address (18.104.22.168) of our web server. An analogy for DNS is that it serves as a phone book for the Internet.
If you don’t, the Internet won’t know where to find your DNS information, and your domain won’t resolve.You can login to your DNS host website and add the record.If you do not have the login credentials you will need to contact your DNS host support team to assist you. Type your domain name, select CNAME from the drop-down menu, and click Get DNS Records.However, you can also look into the options offered by your registrar and third-party DNS hosts, or host your own DNS if you want to take control of as much of the DNS process as possible. @ A .78 mail A .78 www A .78 Every domain’s zone file contains the admin’s email address, the name servers, and the DNS records.You’ll specify name servers on your domain registrar’s website. Of course, you are not limited to these default entries.