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How to set MX record in cPanel?

MX Record:

MX record is known as mail exchanger record . MX record in the Domain Name System that specifies a mail server responsible for accepting email messages.

Please follow the steps to set MX record in Cpanel:

Step 1: Log into your cpanel account.

Step 2: Find the Mail Icon and click on the MX Entry icon.

Step 3: Select the domain name. click Next, look under the Email Routing and click on the radio button labeled Remote Mail Exchanger.

Step 4: Click on the Change button to save the settings.

How to set A record in Cpanel ?

A record stands for Address. A record is used to find the address of a computer. Whenever you visit a web site, send an email, the address you enter is a series of words connected with dots.

Please follow the steps to add A record :

Step 1: Log into your

Step 2: First of all Select the “Hosting” tab in the main menu.

Step 3: Just Click on the “cPanel login” link under the “Edit Site” column.

Step 4: Sign into your cPanel account.

Step 5: Under the “Domains” section, click on the “Simple DNS Zone Editor” icon.

Step 6: Select your domain from the drop-down menu.

Step 7: In the “Add an A Record” section, type in the name and address.

Step 8: Click on the “Add A Record” button to save your changes.

How to set Domain Using cPanel’s WHM?

Please follow the steps to set domain:
Step 1: Log in to WHM using root for your user name and password.

Step 2: Find and select Account Functions.

Step 3: Click Create a New Account.

Step 4: To create a new account, enter your Domain name, UserName, Password and Contact Email.

The given fields are optional.
When you finish adding your account information, click Create.

How to solve exim file corrupted error?

Step1: tail -f /var/log/exim_mainlog

To check the logs of exim file

Step 2: If you need to restart or rebuild Exim, you can dump your databases

* /etc/exim.conf

* /var/spool/exim/db

Step 3: rebuilds automatically by this command via SSH:

rm -fv /var/spool/exim/db/*

Step 4: Then to start Exim:

/scripts/eximup –force