Problem with our domain

I had configured a domain here..example. and we have created a new server intended for our mail..and so we created Yes, i was able to browse the domain in the server but the problem is the is not available in the internet if im going to browse it on another computer. What would I do I've been thinking maybe is there a need to reconfigure our main domain which is the and make the as sub domain am i right im very confused please give me an idea what else can I do to solve this problem ur reply will be more appreciated..have a nice day

Posted On: Friday 26th of October 2012 12:28:28 AM Total Views:  443
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