On Wednesday 13 March 2002 12:56, Justin MacCarthy wrote:
> I started running a mail server, which is working fine. However I'd
> like to add redundancy by adding a backup MX in case the mail box
> goes down or in the case of a network outrage in our hosting
> company. I'm wondering if there are providers that give this
> service. How much does it cost?
It might not be the cheapest, but backupdns (www.backupdns.com) offer
a service with both backup NS and backup MX services for not-very-much
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