How to activate G Suite (Google Apps) for Mail
The mail service from Google allows you to send emails using your unique domain name.
NOTE: Before proceeding with DNS configuration, make sure to order a G Suite subscription and pass ownership validation for your domain.
1. Log in to your cPanel account >> Zone Editor menu:
3. Click the Manage button next to the domain which DNS zone you would like to edit:
3. Switch to the MX tab and delete the existing MX records by clicking Delete next to the record:
4. Add the following five GSuite MX records using the +Add Record button:
|Priority ||Value |
|1 ||ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM |
|5 ||ALT1.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM |
|5 ||ALT2.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM |
|10 ||ALT3.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM |
|10 ||ALT4.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM |
5. Next, go to Email section in cPanel >> Email Routing menu:
If you have several domains or subdomains, choose the needed domain from the drop-down list and set Email Routing to Remote Mail Exchanger >> click Change:
Wait 20-30 minutes for the new records to propagate and then test your mail service.
2. Hit Google Apps to see the full list:
3. Once there, click on Gmail:
4. Now go to the User Settings menu:
5. Hit Change URL:
6. Switch to the custom option and specify the desired subdomain. Click on Save once done:
From now on, you will be able to access your email accounts following https://webmail.domain.com link.
If you wish to use another subdomain for mail access, make sure that you create the corresponding subdomain in Zone Editor menu in cPanel and add a CNAME record with the following value – ghs.google.com:
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