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What is an MX record? Article rated 3.4/5.0
A mail exchanger (MX) record specifies how mail should be routed for email addresses at a specific domain name. An MX record specifies a host name which should point to a mail server responsible for a...
Can I have more than one MX record? Article rated 3.0/5.0
Yes, you can have multiple MX records as long as every host name listed will accept mail for the domain and deliver it to the same place. Most mail servers will attempt delivery to the hosts with lowe...
Can I use multiple MX records to deliver mail to some addresses to one mail system and other addresses to another (for example, POP mail and third-party Hosted Exchange)? Article rated 3.4/5.0
No, you cannot divide mail delivery on a per-user basis for a single domain name. If you configure multiple MX records pointing to separate independent mail servers then mail delivery will be split be...
Can I use MX records to direct mail to different servers based on host name (for example, user@mail2.example.com) Article rated 3.4/5.0
Yes, you can use third level names to direct email to separate distinct servers. For example, if you wanted all mail addressed to users @user.example.com to be handled by one mail server and mail add...
What are MXE Records? Article rated 3.0/5.0
MXE records are MX “Easy” records. They allow you to configure mail delivery to a server based on IP address. An MX record requires a host name of the mail server, and the host name must also hav...
Can I use multiple MXE records? Article rated 3.0/5.0
No, the MXE record automatically generates an A record and uses a default preference number, and cannot coexist with another MX or MXE record. If you require multiple records, use MX.
How do I set MX records? Article rated 3.0/5.0
In most cases RNREWebSite Design Support Team will deal with this but if not Log in and click “Registered Domains”. Click the domain name for which you want to set host records. In the “Navigati...
How do I set MXE records? Article rated 3.0/5.0
In most cases RNREWebSite Design Support Team will deal with this but if not Log in and click “Registered Domains”. Click the domain name for which you want to set host records. In the “Navigati...
 

 
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