If you have a new website from Blue Fire Group, then your domain name needs to be configured correctly so that it points to your new Website.

These instructions refer to websites that were created later than June 1 2013.
If you have a website from us created earlier than that, you will need legacy settings, so please contact us.

This article relates to Hosted WordPress websites - not MBB.
This feature only applies to WordPress sites hosted by Blue Fire Group.

This configuration needs to be done at the Registrar where you initially registered your domain name (e.g. GoDaddy, Register.com, Network Solutions etc).

When you do this, you also need to consider what email services you will be needing that are associated with your domain name.

We do NOT host any email accounts. Our advice to all our clients is to choose email services that are provided by a reputable third-party email service provider. By doing this, you will be keeping email hosting separate from website hosting which will make your business more resilient.

Edit the Host Records (DNS) for your domain and  make sure the domain name has an "A" record which points to  this IP address

Create an A-Record pointing IP:

Getting Help from your Domain Registrar

Here are a selection of HELP pages provided by each of the main Registrars that will help you to set DNS.

Advanced users may want to setup Google Apps for their domain and have Google host their email.
Here is their guide: