Cloudflare offers a free DNS management service which has some benefits for higher profile domains. It is important to recognize that these benefits come with the drawback of having to be an active manager of your own DNS zone. For the vast majority of customers, Cloudflare offers no benefit and only presents additional work for the customer. We find that Cloudflare is one of the most common ways customers break their mail delivery. For this reason, we do not generally recommend using Cloudflare unless it is necessary. An easy way to determine whether you need Cloudflare is if you can articulate three reasons why Cloudflare would benefit you, without reading any guides or notes or clicking over to another tab. If you're finding it hard to explain to yourself why you need Cloudflare off the top of your head, it isn't likely that it will benefit you over just using your NixiHost nameservers.

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