Customable DNS-records (MX-records, A-records, CNAME-records)
The DNS-records of a domain contain lists of advanced settings for the domain. Here are some examples:
The MX Record (Mail Exchange Record) specifies what mail servers should handle the mail for a given domain. If more than one mail server should be used, the MX records specifies what mail server should be used as primary, secondary, backup and so on.
The A record is the DNS Address record. It specifies the IP address of the host. Each host address must have an A record.
With ServeU.NET web hosting you can customize these records for your domain:
Read more about what you can do with your Custom DNS records here »