DNS records

It won’t happen often, but at one point or another with Google for Work services, you might have to access your domain’s Domain Name Server, or DNS records—for example, to set up Gmail with your organization's email address or to customize the address of a web site built in Google Sites. You manage DNS records using the administrative tools at your domain host account, not your Google Admin console.


MX records

CNAME records

A records

TXT records

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