Migrate your email service to Hostinger by following the steps below 👇
Step 1 – Create Email Accounts With Hostinger Email
It's recommended to use the same names for email accounts, so your audience wouldn't even notice that you've migrated. Although, it's possible to import emails to a different account, e.g., from
Step 2 – Recreate Previous Configurations
All of these are bound to the email provider you currently use, so recreating them at Hostinger is a must if you wish these to continue working properly.
Step 3 – Add the Required Hostinger Email DNS Records
Add all the required Hostinger Email DNS records (MX, SPF, and DKIM) to your domain's DNS zone.
Make sure that only Hostinger Email records are present there, and delete any other MX, SPF, and DKIM records:
Having only one set of records at a time is needed to avoid possible conflicts and lost emails.
Step 4 – Wait for DNS Propagation to Complete
Any changes in a domain's DNS zone trigger propagation, which can require up to 24 hours to complete. To check if DNS propagation is over, head to DNS Checker, enter your domain name, select the DNS record type, and make sure that ✅ is shown on every location:
Step 5 – Migrate Email Messages
Once the above steps are completed, you can start migrating your emails. There are several ways to do that:
Step 6 – Set Up Devices and Email Clients
The last step is reconfiguring any devices, email clients, or email plugins that you use:
That’s it! Now you know how to migrate your email services to Hostinger 😊