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Email Not Forwarding MX Records

Trying to redirect emails to mail.students2world.com via 144.217.57.11, but to no success. MX Records keep failing despite 48h having collapsed.

A mail.students2world.com 144.217.57.11 1 Hour
MX 144.217.57.11 mail.students2world.com (Priority: 5) 1 Hour
TXT mail.students2world.com (confidential) 1 Hour


intodns.com/students2world.com results state
"Oh well, I did not detect any MX records so you probably don't have any and if you know you should have then they may be missing at your nameservers!"
all else working

Any suggestions?

2 REPLIES 2
Resolver VI

Hello 

The correct MX records when using our workspace email (mailboxes or forwarding) are as follows: 

 

MX        @        mailstore1.secureserver.net (Priority: 10)        1 Hour

MX        @        smtp.secureserver.net (Priority: 0)                1 Hour

 

You should also create the following CNames:

 

POP

pop.secureserver.net

IMAP

imap.secureserver.net

SMTP

smtpout.secureserver.net

 

For more info;

Zulfiqar Anees | Founder/CEO at FastTech Media, TechMag, TechKnowable, and ZulWeb | GoDaddy Pro.

Hi

Unfortunately the problem isn't on my email provider but rather on GoDaddy.
I've got multiple domains with different webhosts/registrars and never had
a problem except with GoDaddy.

a IP address should work just fine.
TXT, A et al are recognized, to the exception of MX.

Please let me know how to get GoDaddy to release the MX Records correctly,
just like all other providers who allow DNS changes.

Thanks