Cloudflare Problem!!!!

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havent gotten email in weeks.  Not quite a screen shot, but I'm not a tech.  Please help

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emailpoints to 66.96.135.48AutomaticDelete
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imappoints to 66.96.135.134AutomaticDelete
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mailpoints to 66.96.135.134AutomaticDelete
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mxpoints to 66.96.142.50AutomaticDelete
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mxpoints to 66.96.142.51AutomaticDelete
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mxpoints to 66.96.142.52AutomaticDelete
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navalnyfencesystems.compoints to 216.40.47.17AutomaticDelete
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poppoints to 66.96.135.134AutomaticDelete
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smtppoints to 66.96.135.134AutomaticDelete
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webmailpoints to 66.96.135.48AutomaticDelete
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*is an alias of websites026.homestead.comAutomaticDelete
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mis an alias of mobile.dudamobile.comAutomaticDelete
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wwwis an alias of websites026.homestead.comAutomaticDelete
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navalnyfencesystems.comv=spf1 ip4:38.113.1.0/24 ip4:38.113.20.0/24 ip4:65.254.224.0/19 ?allAutomaticDelete










    Cloudflare NameserversTo use Cloudflare, you need to change your domain's authoritative DNS servers, which are also referred to as nameservers. For your reference, here are the Cloudflare nameservers you've been assigned.

    TypeValueNSclark.ns.cloudflare.comNSnelly.ns.cloudflare.com


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    Custom NameserversCustom nameservers allow you to create your own, unique nameservers in place of your assigned Cloudflare nameservers. To switch to using custom nameservers, first create them here, then add them as glue records at your registrar.
    Upgrade to Business


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    DNSSECDNSSEC protects against forged DNS answers. DNSSEC protected zones are cryptographically signed to ensure the DNS records received are identical to the DNS records published by the domain owner.
    Enable DNSSEC



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    CNAME Flattening

    Cloudflare will follow a CNAME to where it points and return that IP address instead of the CNAME record.

    By default, Cloudflare will only flatten the CNAME at the root of your domain, which is navalnyfencesystems.com.




    Flatten CNAME at root



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    Sergio4659

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    Posted 1 month ago

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    Elyzabeth , Official Rep

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    Hello Sergio4659

    It looks like you are missing the MX record. Please add an MX record in Cloudflare pointing to
    Name: navalnyfencesystems.com
    Server: mx.navalnyfencesystems.com
    Priority: 10

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