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3.1.3.3. Installing third-party MX records

Note

If the domain is served on third-party NS, changes need to be made in the control panel of their owner.

MX records specify the servers that should accept incoming mail sent to domain mailboxes. For mail to be accepted by the servers of a particular mail service, the MX records of this service must be set for the domain. In addition to making changes to the domain settings, on the side of the service itself, the necessary actions must be performed (added a domain, created mailboxes, etc.).

Attention!

When installing our MX records, the previously installed MX and SPF records will be permanently deleted.

To set up MX records for Google, Mail.Ru or Yandex, do the following:

  1. Click "Configure domain»:
  2. In the block of the desired service, click "Install"(This will change the current MX records of the domain to the MX records of the selected service and a corresponding SPF record will be added for it):
  3. Wait for the update DNS cache... This usually takes several hours (maximum 72).
  4. Check the work of the incoming mail.
To set up an MX record for another mail service (such as Zoho), do the following:
  1. Delete existing MX and SPF records.
  2. Add MX and SPF records provided by the postal service.
  3. Wait for the update DNS cache... This usually takes several hours (maximum 72).
  4. Check the work of the incoming mail.