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  1. Hi, I'm asking if you have any plans to support TXT records in the future. If yes, when and what is the roadmap for this? Regards, Andrei Jiroh
  2. What if don't point my domain name to byet's name servers eg. ns1.byet.org - ns4.byet.org, but point it to somewhere else. For example to external DNS Zone or to Cloudflare that will be pointed to byet, is that ok? I mean, won't byet drop, erase, or suspend my account for not having my domain name not pointed to their nameservers? (Because byet might detect that my domain is not pointed to byet's nameservers and think that my reseller website is abandoned and get deleted). ---------------- I like to experiment, but I broke things first.
  3. How to flush DNS cache in Linux / Windows / MacFlush dns to get a new name resolution. Also flush dns cache when you can't access a newly registered domain name. You can simply flush your dns cache anytime to get new entry. So, Flush your dns cache now.To flush DNS cache in Microsoft Windows (Win XP, Win ME, Win 2000, Win 98): - Start -> Run -> type cmd - in command prompt, type ipconfig /flushdns - Done! You Window DNS cache has just been flush.How to clear DNS cache in Vista & Windows 7:1. Click the Microsoft Vista Start logo in the bottom left corner of the screen2. Click
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