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What is a DNS (Domain Name Server)?

A DNS (Domain Name Server) is a computer connected to the Internet that is responsible for distributing your domain name's zone file information, which translates your domain name into an IP Address and specifies the mail server(s) responsible for email distribution for your domain name. This allows people to connect to your domain using the name rather than the numerical address (IP address).



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