Published on: 10-12-21 01:44pm
What is a CName (Canonical Name Record)?
A Canonical Name record (abbreviated as CNAME record) is a type of resource record in the Domain Name System (DNS) used to specify that a domain name is an alias for another domain, which is the 'canonical' domain ( Source Wikipedia ).
In the UVdesk Helpdesk, we provide the owner the ability to add CNAME along with the registered Subdomain so that the owner can access the registered Subdomain through the CNAME also.
Let's say you have a UVdesk account where you keep all your reports online, it might be accessed through abc.uvdesk.com and you may also want to access it through support.abc.com.
One way to do this is to add a CName record that points abc.uvdesk.com to support.abc.com. When a customer visits abc.uvdesk.com they will see the same content as in support.abc.com
How to set-up your CNAME in UVdesk?
After setting up the CNAME please send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to inform UVdesk department regarding the same.
Then UVdesk support agent will check your set up and provide you the key using which CNAME set will start working perfectly.
After putting that key again you have to inform UVdesk for the confirmation and then the agent will verify it from UVdesk end.
In the case of any doubt, always email us at email@example.com and we will surely come up with the best solution possible.
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