DNS records for Hosted Exchange

Configure DNS to send and receive email

Use the following steps to ensure your domain properly routes incoming and outgoing email.

  1. Log in to the control panel for your domain DNS host.  

  2. Set the DNS entries to the values shown in the following table. Ensure that no other MX record entries exist or you will experience complications with your email. 

    Type Hostname Destination Priority TTL
    MX @ or left blank mx1.emailsrvr.com. 10 3600 seconds or lowest allowed
    MX @ or left blank mx2.emailsrvr.com. 20 3600 seconds or lowest allowed
    TXT @ or left blank v=spf1 include:emailsrvr.com ~all NA 3600 seconds or lowest allowed
    CNAME autodiscover autodiscover.emailsrvr.com. NA 3600 seconds or lowest allowed


Note: Your new settings take 24 to 48 hours to propagate to the world. 

3. Save your changes.

You have successfully set up your DNS for your domain.

Note: The CNAME record is mandatory to be able to setup mailboxes accounts as Exchange mailboxes in some email clients.

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