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How do I enable a content delivery network (CDN) such as CloudFlare, with a *.heliohost.org subdomain? Upon adding a website and inputting my *.heliohost.org subdomain in getting started with CloudFlare, this quote is appearing: "We were unable to identify *.heliohost.org as a registered domain. Please ensure you are providing the root domain and not any subdomains (e.g., example.com, not subdomain.example.com) (Code: 1099)" And also, can the nameservers of a *.heliohost.org subdomain be changed? Is using CloudFlare with a *.heliohost.org subdomain, not possible? If it is, could you give me the right instructions to achieve that? If it's not, can you give me a specific CDN that can be used in such subdomain with a little instructions? Thank you..
For example, the HelioHost server is hosting the domain named "example.com". And the e-mail "email@example.com" under that domain name is handled by other popular mail server, as the MX record of "example.com" is mail handled by this mail server. When I use the other email, for example as "firstname.lastname@example.org" to receive an email from "example.com", this email can recieve a mail from it. But why the email "email@example.com" couldn't receive a mail from the server of "example.com"? I also try to receive a mail using the other email that is handled by the mail server that's the same as the mail server of "example.com" and it's still recieving email from the domain.