How to set up my domain with Google Apps email?


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Added: 02.08.2013 14:55:34     Last updated: 14.06.2016 11:09:20

If you have an email client from Google Apps and wish to use your domain with PRO ISP you can edit the MX pointers to Google in our client portal as shown below.

You can also see a guide from Google here.

1. Change MX pointer in the "MX Data" label from mail.yourdomain.net to:
ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM
Set "Priority" to 1.
Change "TTL" to 3600.
Press "Update".

2. Add a new post. Type in your domain in the "Host" label. In this case (yourdomain.net).
Chose"Type" to MX.
Under "MX Data" type in:
ALT1.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM.
Set "Priority" to 5.
Change "TTL" to 3600.
Chose "Add".

3. Add a new post. Type in your domain in the "Host" label. In this case (yourdomain.net).
Chose "Type" to MX.
Under "MX Data" type in:
ALT2.ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM.
Set "Priority" to 5.
Change "TTL" to 3600.
Chose "Add".

4. Add a new post. Type in your domain in the "Host" label. In this case (yourdomain.net).
Chose "Type" to MX.
Under "MX Data" type in:
ASPMX2.GOOGLEMAIL.COM.
Set "Priority" to 10.
Change "TTL" to 3600.
Chose "Add".

5. Add a new post. Type in your domain in the "Host" label. In this case (yourdomain.net).
Chose "Type" to MX.
Under "MX Data" type in:
ASPMX3.GOOGLEMAIL.COM.
Set "Priority" to 10.
Change "TTL" to 3600.
Chose "Add".

If you want your email to be delivered to your web hosting again change step 1 to yourdomain.net again and remove the last four MX pointers.
Remember yourdomain.net has to be replaced with your domain at PRO ISP.


Tips:
If you would prefer automatically email setup, the MX entries has to be change from local to external delivery in cPanel.
Please follow this how-to-guide here.