In-House Exchange Server with GoDaddy Domain

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Microsoft Exchange 2007
MX record
Hello, we have an Exchange 2007 server in house that was hosting our email.  We have a web guy that setup our domain and site to be hosted through GoDaddy, and now we need to point the email back to our Exchange server.  I'm assuming this is just a matter of changing the MX records on GoDaddy to point to our Exchange server, but (Exchange Newbie Question) I have no idea how to find what those MX records for our Exchange server are so I can plug them into the GoDaddy DNS Manager. Am I going about this the right way?  And if so, how can I find the MX records for my Exchange server?

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Exchange Server 2007
ASKED: February 16, 2012  6:30 PM
UPDATED: April 29, 2012  9:24 PM

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You need to get Go Daddy to move your DNS Tag otherwise you will lose email, incases like this dont break away until the tag has moved and you can recieve email withotu Go Daddy

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  • JDintheUK
    Forgot to mention - MX records are settings you create for yourself in the domain hosting control panel. Have a look under the DNS settings. They will be lurking in there somewhere!
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