Godaddy email forwarding validating mx record
For detailed instructions for editing MX records, please see How to Set MX Records using the Zone Editor.Please check the next article on Creating an Autoresponder in c Panel.If you want to check your current MX records for review or troubleshooting, you may view them via the Zone Editor in the c Panel.The MX records were previously available through the email section, but this option has now been moved to the DNS Zone editor within the update version of c Panel.
For more information on this course please visit Using Email. It says that I should move the existing MX record to 100 to avoid mail bouncing when I am propagating MX records. Doing what cpanel says (leave at lowest) does work. You do want to set the local mail server MX record to 100...
Simply replace the The first step in routing your mail to a third party is the obtain the MX records that party wants you to use. Google would provide you with a list of MX records to enter in.
This must be entered correctly for the email to function properly: Note!
Thank you, John-Paul Hello John-Paul, I am setting up with Office 365 and have created the sub-domain and other dns records provided and they all validate. I tried MX Tools and it is showing that the mx record does not exist. And point back the MX back to Godaddy (coz already have 5 emails set up at Godaddy).
In CPanel, I chose the MX Entry tool, selected the subdomain and then added the dns name provided by Office 365. The issue now is we can receive the email (using Outlook Express) as usual, but cannot send out email (all email will be in outbox, cant send out) Can help to guide me if anything I miss out?