cPanel MX records
cPanel is a tool that some domain hosts use to manage DNS settings. For help accessing cPanel, contact your domain host's support team.
Open MX Entry
- Log in to cPanel for the domain you want to use with G Suite.
In cPanel, scroll down to Mail, and click MX Entry.
Delete MX records
- Under the MX Records section, click Delete next to any existing MX records.
- Click Delete again to confirm.
Repeat Steps 1-2 for all remaining MX records.
Add 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|
- Scroll down to Add New Record, and enter 1 in the Priority field.
- Enter ASPMX.L.GOOGLE.COM in the Destination field.
- Click Add New Record.
- Repeat Steps 1-3, entering the remaining values (MX Server address) from the table above, and setting the Priority values respectively.
If you make a mistake after adding a record, you can correct it by clicking Edit.
- If you need to verify your domain, repeat the steps above to add the unique MX verification record provided by the G Suite setup wizard. Copy the entire record (ends in mx-verification.google.com)and paste it into the Value/Answer/Destination/Target column. Make sure this record's priority is set to Low or with a number of 15 or greater.
Skip this step if you've already verified by another method (like TXT record, HTML file, or meta tag). This MX record verifies your domain.
- In the G Suite Setup Wizard, check the I have created MX records with these values box and click below for the next step.
Follow the steps within Troubleshoot MX records to fix your DNS setup.