Domain/DNS/mail hosting recommendations?

Nik Clayton nik at
Wed Jan 30 00:47:38 GMT 2002

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On Tue, Jan 29, 2002 at 10:50:02PM +0000, Scott Mitchell wrote:
> With my cable modem coming in a couple of weeks and starting to
> charge to forward my mail to me, I've decided it's time to do the job
> properly.  So, any recommendations from you lot for someone to register a
> domain with, and someone to host the DNS records and be backup MX for it
> once its registered?  It would be nice if DNS updates could be scripted --
> rather than done over a web interface -- so I don't have to do anything
> when ntl changes my address.  There are tools in the ports collection that you can run
from /etc/dhclient-exit-hooks to make sure that your IP address is
updated (I'm using 'ipcheck').

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