Setting up Namecheap emails with your Enjin website

Setting up Namecheap emails with your Enjin website

1. Please direct yourself to your Enjin domain management panel, or click this Link.
2. First we must set up the MX records, so please locate the MX records area on this page.
3. We have 2 records you must place in this area. This is what you must type in.

MX Record 1

  • Priority: 10
  • Hostname: Leave this blank
  • MailServer Hostname: mx1.privateemail.com. (Do NOT forget the "." at the end or it will not work.)
  • TTL: 1800 (Be sure to manually add the TTL)

MX Record 2

  • Priority: 10
  • Hostname: Leave this blank
  • MailServer Hostname: mx2.privateemail.com. (Do NOT forget the "." at the end or it will not work.)
  • TTL: 1800 (Be sure to manually add the TTL)

4. We are now moving to the sub-domain area directly above the MX area and we are going to add a TXT record and a few CNAME records. Please add the following records there.

  • Hostname: Leave this blank
  • IP Address / Domain: v=spf1 include:spf.privateemail.com ~all
  • Record Type: TXT
  • TTL: 1800 (Be sure to manually add the TTL)
  • Hostname: mail
  • IP Address / Domain: privateemail.com. (Do NOT forget the "." at the end or it will not work.)
  • Record Type: CNAME
  • TTL: 1800 (Be sure to manually add the TTL)
  • Hostname: autodiscover
  • IP Address / Domain: privateemail.com. (Do NOT forget the "." at the end or it will not work.)
  • Record Type: CNAME
  • TTL: 1800 (Be sure to manually add the TTL)
  • Hostname: autoconfig
  • IP Address / Domain: privateemail.com. (Do NOT forget the "." at the end or it will not work.)
  • Record Type: CNAME
  • TTL: 1800 (Be sure to manually add the TTL)

5. We are now moving on to the SRV Settings area which should be near the bottom most area in your Enjin DNS management panel. This is what you must add there.

  • _Service._Protocol: _autodiscover._tcp
  • Priority: 0
  • Weight: 0
  • Port: 443
  • Target: privateemail.com
  • TTL: 1800 (Be sure to manually add the TTL)

 

Save, and you're done! Go to "mail.yourwebsite.com" after waiting ~30 minutes and you will be able to log in, view, and send mail.

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