DNS system works much like a phone book by managing the mapping between names and numbers . DNS servers translate requests for names into IP addresses, controlling which server an end user will reach when they type a domain name into their web browser.
- ADD DNS RECORD
Step 1 – In order to add a DNS record , click on the ‘Add Record’ under DNS Management and once it opens up fill in the missing information and click on ADD , the DNS record will be added and saved.
2. MODIFY MX Records
A DNS ‘mail exchange’ (MX) record directs email to a mail server. The MX record indicates how email messages should be routed in accordance with the SIMPLE MAIL TRANSFER PROTOCOL (SMTP, the standard protocol for all email). An MX record must always point to another domain.
Step 1- Click on Modify MX Records under ‘DNS Management ‘ and it will lead you to a MX Records page.
Step 2 – Under the MX records page you will see ‘ ADD RECORD ‘ , which is an option that allows you to MODIFY OR ADD an MX Record.. Don’t forget to press ‘SAVE’ !!