Dns updating 1and1
A lot of times domain registrars explicitly state “It can take 24-48 hours for DNS updates to fully propagate.” For most registrars I've used it takes 2 hours, tops, for nameservers to process and update on my end.Usually it doesn't take more than 1 hour in most cases. This is by far the slowest I've ever seen and it is a big 1and1 complaint and issue they still have not seemed to have resolved or fixed.
(I haven't used their hosting but you should NEVER use it.) One big issue I've always had with 1and1 is that they have extremely slow DNS propagation.If your contact information is current, then you can skip to step 20 - Unlock Your Domain Name. If you need to update your domain contact information, then domain privacy must be disabled.While privacy is enabled, contact handles for the domain cannot be edited.So, an easy way to do it would be to create a short cut in the startup folder to the program with the parameters like this: tcc_DDNSUpdater URL PASSWORD DOMAINID That will look something like this: tcc_DDNSUpdater dyn.My1Pa Ss Wo Rd 12323213 The quickest way to get your domain ID is to run the program manually once and just click the Update 1and1Domain button. The program follows this procedure recreating the required browsing session (so it is only as fast as your connection to 1and1.com). The full delphi source is available in the Zip file.The usual “If this crashes your site and costs you ,000 dollars, why the heck did you run non-standard like this and risk a business site on it!
You’ll then update the MX record settings to direct your email to your G Suite account.