This article tells you how to edit the DNS/MX settings or restore the default DNS settings for a domain or subdomain.
You can customise authoritative name servers and DNS records (CNAME-Record, A-Record, MX-Record, etc.) from the Online customer area. If desired, you can also return to the default settings by following this procedure.
Log in to your Online Console / Customer Area.
Click on Domain, then on Domain name configuration.
Select Edit the DNS Zone.
Click on Add MX record
Enter the type (MX), the destination and the priority.
Priority Email Server
Fill in the MX1 and MX2 fields with the codes that were sent to you at the end of your installation.
A DOT has to be added after the .com to close the record.
Select Save a new version to confirm the changes
How long does it take to propagate a DNS entry?
It usually takes 24 to 72 hours for the entry to be propagated.
After about 15 minutes you can query our DNS server, which is updated more quickly.