Setup DNS in Plesk?

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Hoster uses Plesk to manage hosting. I would like to use Google Apps on the site but can't register DNS in DNS editor of splash.


Everything is spelled out as specified in the description of the settings Google. It took more than a week.
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But when opening prescribed subdomains get out the message of the splash that this domain does not exist.


What could be the problem? In the wrong hands to me or host? Or is this a limitation of the splash, not allowing DNS to work with external resources?
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The Registrar prescribed 2 NS-servers:
Nserver: ns1.reselldns.de
Nserver: ns2.reselldns.de
\r
$ nslookup calendar.catusaar.de ns1.reselldns.de
Server: ns1.reselldns.de
Address: 212.123.35.78#53
\r
Name: calendar.catusaar.de
Address: 212.224.79.51
\r
$ nslookup calendar.catusaar.de ns2.reselldns.de
Server: ns2.reselldns.de
Address: 212.123.32.78#53
\r
Name: calendar.catusaar.de
Address: 212.224.79.51
\r

You're trying to edit the DNS records ns.catusaar.de (all 3 different NS IP), which is in no way responsible for Your area (or the Registrar does not know about this).
\r
nslookup calendar.catusaar.de ns.catusaar.de
Server: ns.catusaar.de
Address: 212.224.79.51#53
\r
calendar.catusaar.de canonical name = ghs.google.com.
\r

\r
Kick hoster — they namudrili.
\r
But the splash this thing all excellent — use 3rd year :)
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try for all letter carriers Google can specify a single index mx records...
for example 10
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