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If you think that the cPanel email is slow. Then I recommend trying out Yandex. You first sign up and create an account and organization. Then you go to admin and add your domains (the first one is the main domain the others are aliases). After that you add their MX record, SPF, and DKIM records. Click add a person and fill in the mandatory info and write your email and passwords. Voila, you got yourself a fast and free domain email (that you can connect to Gmail or Microsoft 360). P.S the limit is 1000 email accounts and 10 GB each.
I want to attach one of my domains to my yandex account. I have connected my domain but now it is asking me to make an MX entry. The details of the entry mentioned there does not match with the options i am getting in my CP. Please help me configuring the same. Posting the details here: YANDEX CONFIGURATIONS: Value — “mx.yandex.net.”. The dot is required at the end of the server name. In some control panels, the dot is assumed automatically. In this case, you don't need to add it. Priority — 10. If a priority of “10” is not allowed in the control panel, enter any other priority other than zero. Subdomain name — “@”. In some control panels, you need to enter the name of your domain instead of “@” (for example, “yourdomain.tld.”). If you are not able to set either “@” or the domain name, leave this field empty. If this field isn't shown in the control panel, you don't have to set it. or Add MX record and create your first email account. Name Type of record Priority Host @ MX 10 mx.yandex.ru. Note: if @ is invalid then try your naked domain. e.g. example.com (not www.example.com). Optional (but recommended) Add SPF record: Name Type of record Host @ TXT v = spf1 redirect = _spf.yandex.ru Guide! Thanks a lot!