As soon as you activated an Email hosting for your domain, you need to do a few little settings in the domain’s DNS zone, so your email service works correctly. 

Where to do changes? 

  • If your domain is bought in Hostinger and points elsewhere by A record (while using Hostinger NS records), open Domains → domain name → DNS Zone:
  • If your domain points to Hostinger by NS records (either bought in Hostinger or elsewhere), open Hosting → Manage → DNS Zone Editor:
  • If the domain is bought elsewhere and points to Hostinger only by an A record, the changes should be done on the same service, whose NS records are used.

Setting MX record for Titan Mail

Before you add new values make sure to delete all old values of MX records - otherwise, it can affect your emails’ work. 

You need to create the following MX records:

  • Priority: 10
    Host: @
    Points to: mx1.titan.email
    TTL: 1 hour/3600 seconds
  • Priority: 20
    Host: @
    Points to: mx2.titan.email
    TTL: 1 hour/3600 seconds

The result should look this way: 

Setting TXT record for Titan Mail

To prevent emails from entering the spam folder you need to set this TXT record:

Host: @

TXT value: v=spf1 include:spf.titan.email ~all

TTL: 1 hour/3600 seconds

All settings are done 👍 As soon as values are propagated (up to 24 hours), your email hosting will be ready to use! 

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