DNS Pointing from Network Solutions - my website is still down

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Due to all the email issues we moved our email to gmail. When we did this network solutions (which has domain names) changed our servers to them for cy-hopecounseling.org. I have tried to update the settings for A name, CNAME, etc on network solutions but nothing is working.

What are the accurate settings. I looked at the ones for cyhopcounseling (without the dash) that still points correctly and mimic them but nothing works.

Please help ASAP our site has been down over a week.

Thanks.
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It depends on who you want your email to go through. If the domain is pointed to Network Solutions, you'll need to decide what company you want to use for email, and then add that companies MX records to the DNS records at Network Solutions.

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Mike,
I am trying to build a site and this is the message our off IT guy game me to ask you. Is there a way to point our www.itcpipe.com to an IP address or something without moving our DNS from Network Solutions? I am not very website savvy, so I don't actually know what this means, but he wants to know if there is somewhere we can point our site, use Homestead to build and publish the site, without moving out DNS from Network Solutions?
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This is a great conversation that's separate from the main topic, so I created a new topic to continue the discussion. Please reference the new topic here: Cname point

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