1. Log in to Enom administrative console at https://www.enom.com/login.aspx by entering your 'Login ID', 'Password' and clicking 'Login'.

  2. Click the 'Domains' tab and select 'My Domain Names'. 'Manage Domains' page will be opened

  3. Choose the domain for which the MX records are to be updated.

  4. Select the + icon under the 'Total DNS Control' list in the 'Domain Details' panel. A sub-list will appear.

  5. Click 'Total DNS Control And MX Records'. The 'Manage MX Records and DNS Zone File panel' will appear.

  6. Click 'Launch Total DNS Control Manager'. The 'DNS Manager' interface will appear.

  7. Delete the existing MX records.

Tip: If you do not want to delete the existing records at this moment, you can set them with lower priority. Click the 'Edit' button beside each and set the priority with higher numbers like 10, 20 and so on. You can delete these records at a later time after your changes have taken effect.

 

  1. Click 'Add New MX Record'. The 'MX (Mail Exchangers) Record Wizard' will appear.


To set the primary server:

  • Enter “1” in the 'Priority Value' field

  • Enter "@" in the Enter a Host Name field

  • In the 'Enter Goes To Address' field, enter “mx101.everycloudtech.com”

  • Select '1 week' from the TTL drop-down

  • Click 'Add'


To set the secondary server:

  • Enter “2” in the 'Priority Value' field

  • Enter "@" in the Enter a Host Name field

  • In the 'Enter Goes To Address' field, enter “mx102.everycloudtech.com”

  • Select '1 week' from the TTL drop-down

  • Click 'Add'


To set the third server:

  • Enter “3” in the 'Priority Value' field

  • Enter "@" in the Enter a Host Name field

  • In the 'Enter Goes To Address' field, enter “mx103.everycloudtech.com”

  • Select '1 week' from the TTL drop-down

  • Click 'Add'


To set the fourth server:

  • Enter “4” in the 'Priority Value' field

  • Enter "@" in the Enter a Host Name field

  • In the 'Enter Goes To Address' field, enter “mx104.everycloudtech.com”

  • Select '1 week' from the TTL drop-down

  • Click 'Add'




  1. Click 'Continue'. The 'DNS Manager main page' will reappear when you've finished.

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