Domain Help

Getting your domain setup properly is critical to the proper operation of your website and email. If your domain is not pointed at our servers, many areas of your hosting account may not function correctly. If you register a new domain with MacDock, your DNS settings will be automatically created for your domain, no further action needs to be taken. If your domain is registered elsewhere, you will need to point the DNS servers to: NS1.MACDOCK.COM NS2.MACDOCK.COM
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