On 18 Dec 2005, at 14:49, Achim Dreyer wrote:
> So "something" is the real thing (a machine) and "otherthing" is an
> alias for that thing - and an *alias* can not have another RR record
> attached (which in your case is an MX record). Only real things can
> have further RRs (attributes).
Well, that idea breaks downb when you consider a CNAME to a CNAME,
which IS allowed (or rather, is not disallowed, and is supported by
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