1. Open Control Panel by clicking Start > Control Panel and click 'Administrative Tools'.

  2. Select 'DNS'.

  3. Open the 'Forward Lookup Zones' folder.

  4. To back up the current configuration, right-click the sub-folder for the mail domain you are configuring, select 'export' from the context sensitive menu and save the configuration in a safe location.

  5. Open the zone/domain sub-folder for that mail domain.

  6. Delete all the existing MX records in that zone/domain.

  7. Enter a new record for primary mail server with a lowest priority number and enter its FQDN value as mx101.everycloudtech.com and click OK.

  8. Enter a new record for secondary mail server with the next lowest priority number and enter its FQDN value as mx102.everycloudtech.com and click OK.

  9. Enter a new record for secondary mail server with the next lowest priority number and enter its FQDN value as mx103.everycloudtech.com and click OK.

  10. Enter a new record for secondary mail server with the next lowest priority number and enter its FQDN value as mx104.everycloudtech.com and click OK.

  11. Right-click the zone/domain folder and select 'Properties' from the pop-up menu.

  12. Select the 'Start of Authority (SOA)' tab, click the 'Increment' button and click OK.