Godaddy email forwarding validating mx record
If that server does not respond, it goes to the next on the list, and so on.
Companies that service large email server farms, such as Google, will have several servers to handle massive amounts of incoming emails.
To use email, we need a Mail Exchange (MX) record so any domain email is sent to the right place (whether that is a mail server on the slice or an external mail provider). The procedure shown below uses a subdomain called 'mail' and the MX record points to that subdomain.
I will do a separate article on setting up MX records for Google Apps.
The MX record is set to point to a canonical hostname, such as .
That is, someone in my organization has gotten the fire to use Google Apps for a mail server.If you haven't created a zone for your domain, then refer to this article.You should already have the base records shown here: Click on the 'new record' link.We already have an MX record which services some Go Daddy mail forwards like [email protected] [email protected] Their owners are happy with them for the time being. Google Apps Fanboy if we set up a subdomain like staff.and use that for his Google Apps mailserver.So he would have an email address like [email protected]