If you want to start using your own domain for more personalised and professional emails then you can set up your domain to do just that using our cPanel!

Adding the necessary DNS records.

When setting up emails, you need to add DNS records which point to our web server. To do this, go to wherever your nameservers are pointing (e.g. Pebblehost, Cloudflare...) and find the "DNS Zone" (or Advanced DNS).
From there, you need to add an A record with the name/host of mail and set the value/IP address to 176.31.240.154.

Example from cPanel:


Example from Cloudflare:


From there, you need to add an MX record with the name/host of @ then set the priority to 1 and the server/value to mail.

Example from cPanel:


Example from Cloudflare:



Once you have done that, you can start making emails on your main domain and using them via the cPanel webmail clients!
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