MX records and small servers

http://www.broobles.com/blog/posts/9

Here Brooble started with what seems like the first of a serie of posts/articles targeted to small business or home geeky admins who are hosting their own mail server and want to have it redundant in case they’re down.

This being a widely known best practice, I mention it here because I liked the style of Brooble in describing how to set this up to people who are not quite as technical as we are, making it simple for them.

Of course my mail (at least for muscetta.com) is already backed up by a friend’s server, and so my DNS zones are.




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