How To Change DNS Records [General]

How To Change DNS Records

MX Records (Mail Exchange Records) are DNS Records used in the mail delivery process, which transmit your email server information to the other DNS servers which send emails to your domain.

General Instructions:

These steps are the general steps to change your DNS records, the steps may be different according to your Domain Name Service Provider.

 

1- Log into your domain service provider. (control page/dashboard)

2- Search for (DNS Manager/ Domain Management Page/ DNS Control Panel) for your account, which lists all the domains you have registered.

3- Locate the (MX Records/ Email Servers/ Email Settings).
(For help, consult the help pages of your provider or get support from the registrar).

4- Remove the existing entries.

5- Select the Add Record option.

6- Specify the value in Name/ Host field as either @ or leave it Blank.

7- Add the following entries and values:

Host/ Domain: @
Points to : wp-secure-cloudmail01.worldposta.com
Priority: 5
Host/ Domain: @
Points to : wp-secure-cloudmail02.worldposta.com
Priority: 5
Host/ Domain: @
Points to : wp-secure-cloudmail03.worldposta.com
Priority: 5
Host/ Domain: @
Points to : wp-secure-cloudmail04.worldposta.com
Priority: 5

 

8- Then add the following SPF values (OR TXT in some providers)

IMPORTANT: add ALL the records listed above, follow the same steps.

Host/Domain: @
SPF Value/TXT value: v=spf1 mx include:_spf.worldposta.com -all

 

9- Add the SRV Record with the following values

 

Host/Domain: @

Target: autodiscover.worldposta.com

Protocol: _tcp.

Service: _autodiscover

Priority: 0

Weight: 0

Port: 443

 

10-Select (Save Zone File/ Save/ Add Records ) to save your changes.