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In order to use your own domain you need to setup a so called Hosted Zone in Route53 (which is an AWS service). You should then create a Record Set which you point against your obtained Elastic IP. Read more about it here (see step 3): http://docs.aws.amazon.com/Route53/latest/DeveloperGuide/CreatingNewDNS.html If the link above does not give you all the ...


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Andrew's answer is absolutely the correct one; a small webserver for the sole purpose of pushing people onto WWW solves the web browser side of the problem nicely. For mail auto discovery, have you investigated SRV records? Given that you're running Windows, I'll take a leap and guess that you're running Exchange. If so, Outlook will autoconfigure based ...


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Given the exact circumstances of the problem, I would say that the ideal solution would be to point the apex at a webserver that redirects HTTP requests for example.com to www.example.com. www.example.com can in turn be a CNAME to the DNS record managed by AWS. While it would be possible to set up a solution on your servers that automatically updates the ...



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