Godaddy email validating mx record
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Now most people will typically point the NS to Rackspace, then they will manage the DNS on rackspace and have the email hosted on rackspace and then use fowarders in that email system to whatever address you want.
If this is your setup, then you will need to set up MX records on rackspace to point to rackspace mail servers, or point them back to godaddy to use their email servers.
Normally, you have multiple MX records assigned to your domain name, which can prevent lost email messages during an outage.
You may have multiple MX records assigned, for example MX10, MX20, and MX30 may also be assigned a mail server.
This is a fail-safe measure you can use in the event your default mail server is down.
You will need to correct the MX records in your DNS which is probably hosted on your server at Rackspace.
You can locate the MX records you need in the Email Control Center.