I have a domain name bobsstuff.xyz, and I want to create a CNAME record to point it to click.mgage.com. However, the DNS management tool won't let me use "@" as the host name for the CNAME information. There is no problem creating CNAME record for sub-domains, but that isn't what I'm trying to do. I could use the domain forwarding with a HTTP status 301 or 302, but then the domain name bobsstuff.xyz won't be sent to the server. It's not really practical to use an A record as the domain name I want to point to may move to a different ip address, which would break the entry for bobsstuff.com. I'm able to do this without a problem in other domain manager systems; I just can't figure out how to do it in GoDaddy. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
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