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How to Set up a Domain For Titan Email

Setting up email DNS records (MX and SPF records) for Titan Email

Ixanar U. avatar
Written by Ixanar U.
Updated this week

To use Titan Email hosting with your domain, you need to make sure that you have the necessary configurations in your domain's DNS zone. To set it up, you can either watch the video tutorial or follow the step-by-step instructions below:

Where to Make the Changes?

The DNS Zone Editor menu option in hPanel sidebar
  • If your domain is pointed elsewhere by nameservers, the DNS record needs to be set up at the platform to which your domain is pointed

Setting Up MX Records

Before you add the new values, make sure to delete any old values of MX records - otherwise, it can affect your email performance.

Next, create the following MX records:

Priority

Host

Points to

TTL

10

@

mx1.titan.email

default

20

@

mx2.titan.email

default

The result should look like the following:

The domain DNS zone at hPanel showing MX records for Titan Email

Setting SPF Record

To prevent emails from going to the spam folder, you need to add an SPF record. SPF is a type of TXT record.

If you have any previous SPF records, delete them and add the following TXT record to your domain:

Name (Host)

@

TXT value

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

TTL

Default value

The result will look like this:

The domain DNS zone at hPanel showing TXT record for Titan Email SPF

All settings are done! Once these changes are propagated (up to 24 hours), go to Emails → domain name → Domain Verification:

The Titan Mail dashboard on hPanel showing where to verify a domain

Scroll to the bottom of that page, check the option indicating you have made the changes, and click on Verify my domain:

The domain verification page for Titan Email showing to check that changes were made and click on the Verify my domain button

Once the domain is verified, you will be able to use your Titan Email right away.

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