Speednames.asia (IP Mirror): Set up G Suite MX records

Important: If you purchased your domain from Google when you signed up for G Suite, you don’t need to set up Gmail, you can start using it now. If you’re signed in to the Google Admin console, in the top right, click the App Launcher App Launcher and then Gmail Gmail.

Change your MX records to start using G Suite

You’re now ready to verify your domain (if you haven’t already) and set up Gmail as your business email for your domain (yourcompany.com).

To do this, you need to sign in to your domain host and direct the email for your domain to the G Suite servers. It’s like registering your new address with the post office when you move so that your mail gets delivered to the right place. We’ll walk you through the process.

Before you begin

You should have already:
  • Verified that you own your domain.

    Or, you can verify now with an MX record. We’ll show you how.

  • Created user accounts in G Suite for your team.

    If your team members already use email with your domain, you have to create their user accounts in G Suite before you change the MX record settings for your domain. Otherwise, they won't be able to send or receive messages with their business address in Gmail. You can create accounts for new users later.

If you're in the Setup Wizard shown below, skip to Setup Wizard instructions below. 

Create new MX records for G Suite step

If you're not in the Setup Wizard shown above, follow these steps to open the Setup Wizard:

  1. Sign in to your Google Admin console.

    Sign in using your administrator account (does not end in @gmail.com).

  2. From the Admin console Home page, go to Domains.

    If you don't see Domains on the Home page, at the bottom, click More controls.

  3. Click Add/remove domains.
  4. Click Set up Google MX records for your domain.

    Set up Google MX records link

  5. Skip to Setup Wizard instructions below to add G Suite MX records.
  6. When you're done adding MX records, go back to the wizard and click I have completed these steps. This tells Google it's time to look for your domain's new MX records.

Add G Suite MX records

These instructions walk you through updating MX records to your Speednames.asia® (formerly IP Mirror) domain. Speednames.asia not your domain host? See instructions for other hosts.

Step 1: Sign in to your Speednames.asia (IP Mirror) account
  1. Leave the Admin Console open.
  2. In a new browser tab or window, sign in to the Speednames.asia (formerly IP Mirror) website.
  3. If you don’t know your username and password, you can reset your password or contact Speednames.asia support.
Step 2: Go to the Speednames.asia domain settings
  1. In the Speednames.asia site, click Advanced Tools.

    Quick Access Advanced Tools button

  2. If you have multiple domains with Speednames.asia, click the domain that you are using with G Suite.
  3. Click DNS Manager. A DNS Manager window opens.
  4. Click Edit Zone File.
Step 3: Delete existing MX records
  1. Next to all records with record type IN MX, click Remove Red minus sign icon.
  2. Click Apply to confirm that you want to delete the old MX records. Don’t worry, we’ll add new ones in the next steps.

    DNS record set for deletion

Step 4: Add new MX records

To direct your email to your G Suite account, you have to add new MX records to your domain. These are the records that you'll need to add:

MX server address Priority
Note: These are the G Suite mail servers, and we include multiple servers in case one fails or requires maintenance.
  1. In the speednames.asia site, in the DNS Records pane, click Add record. The Add Record Details pane appears.
  2. In the Add Record Details pane, from the Type list, click IN MX.

    IN MX is selected from the Type list.

  3. Leave the Name field blank.
  4. In the Value field, enter (for the priority) and then enter a space and aspmx.l.google.com. Include the period (.) at the end of the MX record.

    The MX record details are completed

  5. Click Apply.

    Note: Speednames.asia automatically adds a period at the end of the new record.

  6. Repeat steps 1-5 to add the remaining MX records (see the table above).

    All MX records added

  7. Skip this step if you already verified your domain by another method (such as TXT record, HTML file, or meta tag).

    If you need to verify your domain:

    1. In the Admin Console, scroll to the Get your verification code section and click the Copy button.

      The MX records table is shown and a red circle highlights the Copy button next to the MX verification record.
    2. Paste the value in the Value/Answer/Destination/Target column.
    3. Make sure the record's priority is set to Low or to 15 or greater.


  8. Click Next to save your MX records.

    Green Next button

  9. Click Next again to confirm. You’ll see a message confirming that your verification record was saved.

    "Submitted successfully" message

Step 5: Complete MX records setup
  1. Open the Admin console. If necessary, click the link at the top of the page to continue setting up the Admin console.

    A red circle highlights the "Set up Admin Console. Click here to get started." option at the top of the Admin console.

  2. Navigate to the Activate Gmail page. 

  3. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click Activate Gmail.

    A red circle highlights the Activate Gmail button on the bottom right of the MX records table.

Congratulations! Your business email for your domain is now directed to the G Suite mail servers.


  • The records can take several hours to update, so you might not immediately get new email messages in Gmail. Until then, you'll continue to receive messages at your old email provider.
  • If you see the MX records setup validation in progress message in the Admin console for more than a few hours, make sure you entered the MX address records and priorities correctly in the DNS records stored with your host.
  • If you still need help changing your MX records, contact G Suite support.
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