How to Configure DNS Records in cPanel

1- Login to your cPanel account.

2- Click on Advanced Zone Editor (or MX Entry) in the Domains section.

 

3- Select the domain you want to edit from Domain dropdown menu.

4- In Email Routing section, select Remote Mail Exchange. (If it already selected click Change).
IMPORTANT: delete any existing entries.

5- Add the following MX records; click on Add New Record after each entry.

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

1- In the section Domain, click on Advanced Zone Editor.To add TXT and SRV:

2- Select the domain you want to edit from the dropdown menu.

3- Choose TXT from Type dropdown menu.
Then add the following TXT value

  • SPF Record
Host/Domain: @ 

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

4- Add new record and choose SRV from Type dropdown menu.
Then add the following SRV values

 

  • SRV Record
Host/Domain: _autodiscover._tcp.yourdomain.com.

Target: autodiscover.worldposta.com

Priority: 0 

Weight: 0 

Port: 443