Changing your DNS Settings for OpenSRS

To learn how to add DNS entries in cPanel, click here

Replace <mydomain.com> with your domain name

Remember to remove any pre-existing MX or MAIL records

MX Record

Name
TTL
Class
Type
Priority
Record
<mydomain.com>
3600
IN
MX
0
mx.<mydomain.com>.cust.b.hostedemail.com

Mail Records

Name
TTL
Class
Type
Record
mail.<mydomain.com>
3600
IN
CNAME
mail.<mydomain.com>.cust.b.hostedemail.com
webmail.<mydomain.com>
3600
IN
CNAME
mail.<mydomain.com>.cust.b.hostedemail.com
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