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OS X El Capitan- How to Flush DNS Cache

Open up terminal (/Applications/Utilities/). Enter the following command: sudo dscacheutil -flushcache; sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder; say DNS cache flushed Enter the admin password when requested (required by sudo) to execute the DNS cache clearing. You will hear “DNS Cache flushed” when the command has been completed successfully.


Bullet proof DNS for sending emails

Always setup a robust set of DNS records for your emails. Here is the setup I have been using for my self! Usually it’s easy if the website host is also hosting emails, this information is more useful for situations where the website and email hosting are separate (as they should be). You can further  Full Article…


Ziphosting Nameservers

These are the nameserver for pointing a domain to Ziphosting’s servers. I use Ziphosting because they have really competitive domain prices, all of your resigistered domain shared a single login and control panel which provides excellent access to manage dns records and ttl’s at no cost! Access the control panel here: Nameservers are as follows: Primary  Full Article…