1. Log in to DNS.com administrative console at https://dns.com/login/ by entering your login email address and password.

  2. Select the domain for which you want to update the MX records, from the "Select domain" drop down menu.

  3. Click the "View / Manage" button beside the row labeled "@ (mail)".


The existing MX records will be displayed at the left hand side pane.


  1. Delete the existing records by clicking the thrash can icons.

  2. Set the primary mail server. Under 'Create Record':

  • Enter TTL as 3600 (secs)

  • Enter "1" in the 'Priority' field to set higher priority for the primary server

  • Enter “mx101.everycloudtech.com” in the 'Answer' field

  • Click 'Save'

  1. Again click the "View / Manage" button beside the row labeled "@ (mail)" and set the secondary mail server. Under Create Record':

  • Enter TTL as 3600 (secs)

  • Enter "2" in the 'Priority' field to set lower priority for the secondary server

  • Enter “mx102.everycloudtech.com” in the 'Answer' field

  • Click 'Save'

  • Again click the "View / Manage" button beside the row labeled "@ (mail)" and set the secondary mail server. Under Create Record':

  • Enter TTL as 3600 (secs)

  • Enter "3" in the 'Priority' field to set lower priority for the secondary server

  • Enter “mx103.everycloudtech.com” in the 'Answer' field

  • Click 'Save'

  • Again click the "View / Manage" button beside the row labeled "@ (mail)" and set the secondary mail server. Under Create Record':

  • Enter TTL as 3600 (secs)
  • Enter "4" in the 'Priority' field to set lower priority for the secondary server
  • Enter “mx104.everycloudtech.com” in the 'Answer' field
    • Click 'Save'



The MX records for your domain are updated now. But it may take up to 48 hours for the changes to take effect.