If you've purchased your domain not from Google, you have to sign in to your domain host and add the email for the domain to the G Suite server. It is the same as registering our new residential address to the post office. In this blog, let's learn how to setup DNS records in G Suite and to add MX RECORD in cPanel and Google Admin according to our convenience.
Total Time Needed: 30 Minutes
G Suite subscription and cPanel Admin access
Step 1: Edit in cPanel.
Go to cPanel, select "Zone Editor."
Click on "MANAGE" button and select MX RECORD
Step 2: Priority and Destination
Go to Google type MX RECORD, one by one select the priority and destination and fill in cPanel MX RECORD, as shown in the image below!
This is how you can set up DNS Records and it easy. If you have any doubts, please feel free to contact Medha hosting. We are here to help you to get the most out of your G Suite Subscription
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