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yes I now that I can have my domain reseller done that but my reseller fails to add it and when I ask them about how to add a srv record they told me to transfer my domain to Therefore they are useless in this case.

so my question is if there is any way/workaround/nasty hack to get those SRV records added? via VPS or via a free-edit-DNS-record thing?

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Downvotes without comments = weak sauce. Grow a pair and explain why you think the question is bad, or how it could be improved. – Peter Jan 20 '13 at 2:19
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As long as domain hosted on and as long as does not support SRV records, there is no workaround.

Just follow the advice you given by - move your zone to another provider, there's no problem with that.

Zoneedit is a popular choice, there are others as well - see this list of free DNS providers.

Before you sign-up, check if provider you choose supports SRV records (zoneedit does).

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