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I have mail server installed on, there are domain DNS records:

\* A

@ MX 10

mx A

What should I change to be able to open website via (it is at

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Change the A record for the apex domain to the IP address of the webserver. You might want to throw in a www record as well for people who are still assuming that that's the way to contact a web server.

\* A

@ MX 10

mx A
www A
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