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I need to reset the admin account and password for the google apps control panel because the old admin is virtually not available . In order to verify the ownership, CNAME record need to edited as per google's suggestion. I am using BIND9 without front end .

i edited the dns db file like this IN CNAME but after restarting the bind9, when diging the dns ,this change is not visible ( dig )

should i need to edit /etc/named.conf ???? any help???

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Are you actually hosting your own DNS? – user48838 Jun 7 '11 at 17:29
Did you bump the serial number for the change? – Chris S Jun 7 '11 at 17:43

The CNAME entry should be & not just Also change the serial like Chris S suggested above.

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