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DNS Question/Help

From: Eric S.
Sent on: Sunday, December 12, 2010 5:34 PM
Here is a DNS challenge for the day (and I am fighting with GoDaddy)

You have designated to be the Nameserver for the domain name
You have an A record set up for a domain name like: =>[masked]
You have a MX record =>[masked]

All is well.

You change the Nameserver to be
On that namerserver you duplicate the A record? =>[masked]
You do not re-create the old MX record, but instead you create a new one:? =>[masked]

Later in the day you use a handly online DNS lookup system (like? on
It says the Nameserver is?
It also says there is an MX record? =>[masked]
But there is no A Record!

Questions: What are the possible scenarios as to why the A record would be missing?

Additional Info:?
You refresh the DNS record on? "manually" and the A record immediately appears in?

Eric Shafer
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