Setup your own domain to use Thexyz Email

Email Hosting With Your Own Domain

How to setup email with your own domain

With Thexyz Webmail you can have email hosted with your own domain name as long as long as you have registered the domain and you do not need to register the domain with us to host email with us.

1. Edit MX Records (required)

An MX record is a type of DNS record that defines which mail servers are used to deliver email that is sent to anyone on your domain. In order for your domain to be able to receive email messages at Thexyz you will need to update the MX record values through your DNS Host to point to Thexyz.

2. Add An SPF Record (recommended)

Adding an SPF record to your DNS will allow you to specify the email servers you use to send email from your domain. This validates your sending email address, which can help to keep your domain’s email out of your recipients’ spam folders.

3. Enable DKIM Authenitcation (recommended)

Autodiscover is a service that allows users to easily configure their email client knowing only their email address and password. This makes setting up email on different clients and devices much easier.

4. Add Autodiscover Setup (optional)

Autodiscover is a service that allows users to easily configure their email client knowing only their email address and password. This makes setting up email on different clients and devices much easier.

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