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Jun 10, 2009, 15:31 #1
Hosting question - what is required from me?
I am currently with a free host and have a subdomain with them. I have a domain registered with 123reg.co.uk.
I have a POP3 mailbox with 123reg.co.uk.
I currently have web forwarding set up (frames!!) so mydomain.com points to the free hosts subdomain.
I would simply like to do the following:
1)Point my new registered domain to the free host's subdomain (where my website is) without web forwarding and frames.
-Do i simply change the nameservers to the free host's nameservers?
-Will the DNS settings change automatically? Or do i require the IP's for the A records etc for the free host?
2)I would like to keep the POP3 mailbox i have with my 123reg.co.uk account, so is it possible to KEEP the MX settings/email account active (in 123reg's Control Panel, and STILL change the nameservers in hope that it points towards my freehost?
Hope that makes sense...
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Jun 10, 2009, 22:21 #2
When you use free hosting, sometimes the provider places some frames on your website. My advice is just to pay for web hosting. Otherwise DNs do not change automatically, you should change them.
Jun 10, 2009, 23:40 #3
Jun 14, 2009, 21:54 #4
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Jun 15, 2009, 03:57 #5
1. It depends if you free hosting supports that, because they should configure the website host header.
2. Yes, it's possible just to change your DNS host records and to keep your MX settings.
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