Modifying MX records in Popular NameServers (DNS)

A MX (Mail Exchange) record declares which mail server will be responsible for receiving emails on behalf of a domain name. It's important to make sure the MX records are configured properly. An invalid MX record will result in not receiving emails. In order for Xeams to receive the emails first, the MX record must point to Xeams. This way, emails will first come to Xeams so that spam messages will be filtered.

Here is an example on how the mail flow will work after changing the MX record in Exchange Online:





Below are references to well known DNS providers that will provide instructions on modifying/creating a(n) MX record(s):


How to edit an MX record in GoDaddy

Exchange Online

Add DNS records to connect your domain


Adjust MX Records for Receiving Email via IONOS Mail servers

AWS (Amazon Route 53)

Creating records by using the Amazon Route 53 console


Set up email records in Cloudflare


Update MX Records for Comodo DNS