I recently found out that the email for this site (www.seattle7writers.org) is now inaccessible after moving the domain over to WordPress. I discovered that I need to edit the custom DNS records in order to have it point back to where the site is hosted (with Network Solutions.) I got in touch with NS customer service and they gave me the following info:
TYPE: PRIORITY RESOURCE DATA
MAIL.SEATTLE7WRITERS.ORG. CNAME MAIL.SEATTLE7WRITERS.ORG.NETSOLMAIL.NET.
SMTP.SEATTLE7WRITERS.ORG. CNAME SMTP.SEATTLE7WRITERS.ORG.NETSOLMAIL.NET.
SEATTLE7WRITERS.ORG MX 10 INBOUND.SEATTLE7WRITERS.ORG.NETSOLMAIL.NET.
Now I know that it needs to be formatted differently from looking at the Custom DNS Records page, however that's only a google example. I was, however, able to find an older post that led me to this format:
MX 10 SEATTLE7WRITERS.ORG.
CNAME MAIL MAIL.SEATTLE7WRITERS.ORG.NETSOLMAIL.NET .
CNAME SMTP SMTP.SEATTLE7WRITERS.ORG.NETSOLMAIL.NET.
But that gives me this error:
1. CNAME records should be "CNAME <subdomain> <domain>". No wildcards (*).
Is there something I'm missing in there? I've looked in past forum posts, but I can't seem to find an answer to this problem anywhere. Changing emails is unfortunately not a viable option at this point. Thank you for any help you can offer, and if there's more information needed I would be happy to find it.
The blog I need help with is seattle7writers.org.