how to transfer blogger account to this domain?

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drache / 5 Points
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2012-06-22 2:07 am EST
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i made an account on google blogger and i want to transfer it to this domain(if it makes sense). according to the directions it says to enter something on "CNAME" and "A-records"

i was able to find that page on the cpanel, but on "ADD A CNAME RECORD" when i try to add www, it automatically types my sites name and next to it, it says "that name is reserved (already in use)

i am confused on what to put where it says
Name:
CNAME:



edit: i think i was able to do it. on blogger when i click "yes" to be redirected, it takes me to the webhostinghub page where it says:

Hello There!
This website is currently under construction.

If you are the web hosting account owner, please be sure to delete this page after you have uploaded your website. If you're visiting this site please check back soon!


does that mean i have to wait a day or two till it works?

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ScottM
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2012-06-22 9:20 am EST
Hello drache,

If you are wanting to have your domain point to the blogger domain, we can certainly do that. The www CNAME is reserved and cannot be done via the Simple DNS Zone Editor. Creating a CNAME is not moving the blogger to this server, but pointing the domain name to the blogger server while using a full domain name instead of the blooger address.

If that is what you want to do, our support team can certainly help by creating that CNAME for you. To do so, you would need to contact our support department (open 24/7) with that request. Be certain to state you want both the regular domain and www records to point to the blogger address, include the address you want the CNAME to point to, and also let them know if you wish to keep your email functionality with us so they can make that change for you too.

Lastly, be sure to validate your account with either the last 4 digits of the credit card on file, or the current Account Management Panel (AMP) password.

Best Regards,
Scott M

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