Modifying MX Entries

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[[File:14.JPG|thumb|400px|cPanel MX Modification window.]]
 
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Latest revision as of 13:58, 10 January 2011

MX entries are best described as a "signpost" telling the server where to deliver any incoming mail to. You can easily define your own using cPanel, usually in accordance with another email system, such as Google Apps.

cPanel MX Button.
  • To add or modify an MX entry, first login to cPanel.
  • Then select "MX entry" under the Mail header.
  • On the next page, you will see a list of your current MX entries. On the screenshot you can see one added for the Google apps service.
  • You can add or modify MX entries using the boxes and buttons.
cPanel MX Modification window.
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