Nameserver replication of MX records


InMotionFans
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2013-10-03 7:58 am EST

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Having used cPanel to successfully update my MX records to point to Google's mail servers (and remove the default MX entry), I'm now seeing an error reported from Google that the MX records returned by the InMotion nameservers do not match.
Using dig, it does appear that the MX records were updated for ns2.inmotionhosting.com, but the original MX record is still present on ns.inmotionhosting.com.
Presumably, the records should be replicated between the nameservers and while this may not happen instantly, it's been a couple of days since I changed the records. Any idea how long it will take before the records match?

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JeffMa
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2013-10-03 9:28 am EST
Support can push your DNS records to the nameserver clusters to ensure that both nameservers have the correct information. I can do this as well, however, as the question was submitted anonymously, I do not have any information on your domain. You could either provide us with your domain here and I can push the records out, or you may contact technical support over phone, chat, or email to do so.

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