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Setup DNS records

  • Posted May 28, 2013
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Never mind, got it. Access via the DNS.

How do I create an MX file? From the namecheap guide: “you will need to contact your DNS provider and have the following records setup in the domain name zone file” I have no trouble doing this myself but the instructions above are not enough to get me started. Any guidance would be appreciated.

Thanks Kamal

Create two MX records with the priority of 10, and the hostname of “oxmail1.registrar-servers.com.” for the first one and “oxmail2.registrar-servers.com.” for the second one. (without the quotes, make sure you don’t forget the trailing dot) <br>Create a CNAME record with the name of mail and the hostname of “oxwebmail.registrar-servers.com.” (again without the quotes, make sure you don’t forget the trailing dot) <br>Finally create a TXT record with the name of @ and the value of “v=spf1 include:ox.registrar-servers.com ~all” WITH the quotes.