I run a Mac Mini with Snow Leopard Server (10.6.8). It is running on a static IP address hosting web, email and its own DNS. It is running Standalone (No Open Directory). The problem that I'm having is that the DNS hostname is not what I expect and not what I have configured in my DNS settings. In my DNS Zones it is configued as: y.x.w.in-addr.arpa. Reverse Zone - w.x.y.z Reverse Mapping www.mycompany.com.mycompany.com. Primary Zone - Web (_http._tcp) Service www.companyname.com.:80mail.companyname.com Machine w.x.y.zns01.companyname.com Machine w.x.y.zns02.companyname.com Machine w.x.y.zwww.companyname.com Machine w.x.y.z When the "w.x.y.z Reverse Mapping www.mycompany.com." line is selected the bottom panel says: Resolve w.x.y.z to: www.mycompany.com I expect the hostname of my server to be "www.mycompany.com". The SSL security certificate I have installed and working is in that name ("www.mycompany.com"). If I execute "sudo scutil --get HostName" it returns "www.mycompany.com". To me, this all looks good. The problem I'm having is that all DNS queries return "mail.mycompany.com" as the DNS name! If I execute "sudo changeip -checkhostname" it returns: Current HostName = "www.mycompany.com" DNS HostName = "mail.mycompany.com" As you might expect, "nslookup w.x.y.z" returns: z.y.x.w.in-addr.arpa name=mail.mycompany.com I really want to fix the DNS name of my server but don't know how. I have restarted DNS several times, and rebooted the server to no avail. Anybody know how to fix this?