These instructions provide a general guide for changing MX records. If you know your domain host, see your host-specific instructions instead.
After you verify that you own your domain, you need to direct email from your domain to the G Suite servers. It's like registering your new address with the post office when you move so that they deliver your mail to the right place.
Add MX records to your domainStep 1: Sign in to your domain host account
- Under Host Name, enter @.
- Under Mail Server, enter the values for the G Suite mail servers from the table below.
We include 5 servers in case one fails or requires maintenance. If your domain host requires it, include a period (.) at the end of each mail server value. For details, see G Suite MX record values.
- Under Priority, enter the priority level value for each mail server. If you aren't able to assign priorities, you should only enter ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM..
You might not be able to enter the priority value exactly as it appears in the table below, but you should make sure each record follows the indicated order.
- Set any TTL values to 1 Hour (value=3600).
- Review your new MX records and save your changes.
From the Admin console Home page, go to Domains Manage domains.
If you don't see Manage domains on the Home page, at the bottom, click More controls.
Click Set up Google MX records for your domain.
Click I have completed these steps.
You should start to receive email in your G Suite account in 24–48 hours. The time depends on your domain host settings and can take up to 72 hours. If you've been using another service for your email, you'll continue to receive messages at your old email provider until the change takes effect.
To check for email in your G Suite account, open Gmail and sign in with your G Suite username and password.
If you still need help changing your MX records, contact G Suite support.