~0decf39a3f13d3953f4e3407f7b98972~ ~7efda52fb7b404997306cce26473b884~ The usual example for this is a host name-to-address translation attempt which uses the ~882ee611f96aeb1c3f1ceb27f9b34239~ (Domain Name Server). An MX record is returned but no A record—indicating the host itself exists, but is not directly reachable. ~3f8bfd79efd7a46c8565fb120540651a~ ~0decf39a3f13d3953f4e3407f7b98972~ This can possibly happen for newly registered domain names that are no fully setup yet. ~3f8bfd79efd7a46c8565fb120540651a~ ~0decf39a3f13d3953f4e3407f7b98972~ ~3f8bfd79efd7a46c8565fb120540651a~ ~0decf39a3f13d3953f4e3407f7b98972~ ~3f8bfd79efd7a46c8565fb120540651a~


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