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MX Records With Godaddy Webmail

Discussion in 'Site & Server Administration' started by Matt Keith, Jun 13, 2017.

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    It's been so long since I've done this, but back in the day when I created a Godaddy webmail account I updated the mx records to smtp.secureserver.net with priority 0 and mailstore1.secureserver.net with priority 10 in order to use it as a domain level email account for Wordpress contact form plugins.

    I tried this earlier this evening but for some reason I'm able to send from the Godaddy webmail but not receive. I'm told it's not found when I send to it from my personal email.

    I noticed something in my browsing through my Godaddy account in the webmail settings section that said something about smtpout.secureserver.net and asia.smtp.secureserver.net or something like that, but not sure that's what I need or not.

    Could it be propogating still, even though I'm able to send mail? Like I said, been quite some time.
    Thanks ahead of time. Hope this is the right place for this question.
    Matt Keith, Jun 13, 2017 IP
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    Matt Keith Greenhorn

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    Ok got it figured out if anyone else runs into the same problem. They've added asia to the records. The new records (or should I say current records) are as follows...

    0 - smtp.asia.secureserver.net
    10 - mailstore1.asia.secureserver.net

    To check the current correct mx record settings, in case it ever changes again...

    1. Log in to Godaddy.
    2. Click your customer name on the top right and select "my products".
    3. Next to Workspace Email select "manage".
    4. Click Tools on the top left and select "server settings".
    5. Your current mx records will show on the left, the correct mx records will show on the right.
    Matt Keith, Jun 14, 2017 IP