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How to set up a domain for Hostinger Email?
How to set up a domain for Hostinger Email?
Setting up email DNS records (MX, SPF, and DKIM records)
Updated over a week ago

Before setting up your domain

At Hostinger, we provide several types of emails. If your Emails section looks this way:

You are using Titan Email. In that case, you can follow this guide: How to set up a domain for Titan Email?

If instead of the Titan logo you see an envelope (✉️), you are using Hostinger Emails.

To have your email account working with Hostinger you only need to do a few easy steps:

  1. Point your domain to Hostinger (with either NS or A record)

If you pointed domain by nameservers (NS records), all the required MX, SPF, and DKIM records will be added automatically.


  • Keep in mind that your subdomain needs a separate set of records

What to do if your domain is using external nameservers?

If your domain is pointing elsewhere by NS records, your DNS Zone management is moved to the provider you pointed the domain to and should be managed from there.

As long as your domain is pointing to Hostinger by A record, the changes you should do to your active DNS zone are:

Find default Hostinger Email DNS records at Emails → domain name → DNS settings:

Just click on the arrow near the record type:

There you will be able to copy the correct values of MX, SPF, and DKIM records.


  • After records are set, it may take up to 24 hours for them to propagate

  • When records finish propagating, don’t forget to verify them:


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