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FQDN is a globally unique address that points to a specific computer/host This is actually wrong. As an example, with Round Robin DNS, a FQDN can point to multiple computers. The "fully qualified" in FQDN just means that it's not just a host name like mail or www, but includes the full domain, e.g. mail.example.com. I am having issues with email ...



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