How to change MX records and Email Routing in cPanel

for Basic style
for Retro style

for Basic style:

You can check and change MX records and Email routing for domains pointed to WebhostingDNS nameservers following the steps below:

MX records:
1. Log into your cPanel, navigate to Domains section > Zone Editor menu:



2. Click Manage next toyour domain:



3. Go to the MX tab:



The default MX record for all hosted domains is mail.yourdomain.tld:



If you would like to set up G Suiterecords for your domain, go to Exclusive for Namecheap Customers section > GoogleApps menu. MX records and mail routing will be configured for your domain automatically, no other changes are required.

If you would like to use a third-party mail service for your domain, you need to:

1. Remove existing MX records for your domain:



2. Add a new MX record(s) using the Add Record button:



3. Set Email Routing to Remote as described below.

Email Routing

Log into your cPanel, go to Email section > Email Routing menu:



By default, Email Routing is set to Local for all hosted domains:



In order to use a third-party email service, you need to change it to Remote and click Change:





for Retro style:

You can check and change MX records and Email routing for domains pointed to our WebhostingDNS nameservers following the steps below:

MX records

1. Log into your cPanel account, go to Domains section > Zone Editor menu:



2. Click Manage next to your domain:



3. Go to the MX tab:



The default MX record for all hosted domains is mail.yourdomain.tld:



If you would like to set up G Suiterecords for your domain, go to Exclusive for Namecheap Customers section > GoogleApps menu. MX records and mail routing will be configured for your domain automatically, no other changes are required.

If you would like to use a third-party mail service for your domain, you need to:
1. Remove the existing MX records for your domain:



2. Add a new MX record(s) using the Add Record button:



3. Set Email Routing to Remote as described below.

Email Routing

Log into your cPanel account, navigate to Email section > Email Routing menu:



By default, email routing is set to Local for all hosted domains:



In order to use a third-party email service, you need to change it to Remote:



That's it!

              
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