DNS, which stands for domain name system, controls your domain name's website and email settings. When visitors go to your domain name, its DNS settings control which company's server it reaches out to.

For example, if you use GoDaddy's DNS settings, visitors will reach GoDaddy's servers when using your domain name. If you change those settings to user another company's servers, visitors will reach them instead of us when visiting your domain. (More Info..)

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Type of RecordWhat it's forAdd, Change or Delete
A RecordConnects an IP Address to a host nameAddChangeDelete
CNAME RecordAllows more than one DNS name for a hostAddChangeDelete
MX RecordEnsures email is delivered to the right locationAddChangeDelete
NS RecordContains the nameserver infoAddChangeDelete
TXT RecordProvides additional info about a host or more technical info to serversAddChangeDelete
SRV RecordFinds computers that host specific servicesAddChangeDelete
AAAA RecordProvides IP addresses that do not fit a standard A Record formatAddChangeDelete
SPF RecordUsed to help prevent against spamAddChangeDelete
CAA RecordUsed to prevent anyone from obtaining an unauthorized SSL certificate for your domainAddChangeDelete
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