In order to receive mail with your email service, you need to access your domain DNS zone editor by going to your Control Panel and pointing your MX records to the corresponding service.

For Hostinger Email, the MX records are the following:

Priority

Host

Points to

TTL

10

@

mx2.hostinger.com

14400

5

@

mx1.hostinger.com

14400

After adding the records, it should look like this:

If your domain is pointing to Hostinger by nameservers, you can set correct email DNS records from hPanel: just go to Emails → domain name → DNS settings and click on Set all to default:

If you're using Titan Email, before you add new values make sure to delete all old values of MX records - otherwise, it can affect your emails’ performance.

Just create the following MX records on your domain's DNS Zone:

Priority

Host

Points to

TTL

10

@

mx1.titan.email

1 hour/3600 seconds

20

@

mx2.titan.email

1 hour/3600 seconds

The result should look like the following:

If your domain is pointing elsewhere by nameservers, the MX records need to be set up from the service to which you are pointing your domain.

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