Free Blog on Your Own Domain with Free Email Hosting Part 2

At previous post, I describe about how to set dns at domain registrar and register for account in

Today I’ll continue pointing blogspot with my domain.

The only requirement for this step is account in blogger.

With assumption I already signup at blogger.

I continue to create new blog.

1. Login to blogger to start

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Free Blog on Your Own Domain with Free Email Hosting Part 1

Finally I buy paid hosting for my domain and I got free .info domain for 1 year.

Now I’m waiting for transfer domain process and I just think about using my domain for blogging too 😉

I’ll start this blog ( from scratch and host it in blogspot.

At the end of this process I get :

1. Blogspot blog with my own domain (

2. My own email, will be host by google using google apps ( free version)

I consider it as ‘from zero to one’ process, so I’ll make it as series, might be usefull for anyone who want to start blogging with his/her own domain.

Uncle Ben or aunt May may use blog too as alternative writing media beside watching soap opera :-)

Here’s the general process :

1. Setting dns at domain registrar and register for account in .

2. Register account at blogspot and configure blogpot to use my domain as url address.

3. Testing phase, stop writing start blogging :-)

Ok, let start from part 1 ( Setting dns at domain registrar and register for account in

1. My idea in the beginning are hosting blog at blogpot and hosting email at google apps.

To accomodate those things I need more flexible dns management.

I prefer to use .

Mydomain provide powerfull dns management for free not only for top level domain but also for other country domain like .id (Indonesia).

To use mydomain I must change dns entry to point to mydomain dns server :

Input this data to my domain control panel :


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Transfer My Domain to Other Registrar

My domain is in process for transfer to other registrar. I do it for some reason :

  1. Learn how this process work in technical perspective
  2. The price, it’s cheaper than my original registrar :-)
  3. Easy to manage, only single place of payment for domain and hosting

In general process to transfer domain involve 3 part :

1. Me, as domain holder

2. Current registrar

3. My new registrar

Steps in details are :

1. I log to my new registrar, ask for transfer domain, they will ask one information from current registrar in my case : Domain Auth Code


Just copy paste that information to provided form ( in my new registrar), this information needed to make sure that I’m as domain holder request for the change.

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Installing PowerDns on Windows XP

The PowerDNS Nameserver is a modern, advanced and high performance authoritative-only nameserver. It is written from scratch and conforms to all relevant DNS standards documents.

Frankly, I need dns server for my PC running Windows XP , tired editing hosts file and distribute to all class :-)

Finally I found PowerDNS Nameserver that help me to explain how dns work in the class.
Here’s my step by step installing PowerDNS on Windows XP :

1. Download latest version of PowerDNS for windows


2. Save to my computer and double click


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