- 2.Log in to the DNS provider portal for your domain (e.g. GoDaddy, NameCheap, Google Domains, Digital Ocean, etc.). If you don’t know your DNS provider login information, you may have to contact the person in your organization who maintains your web technology or helped you buy the domain.
- 3.Add the following
TXTrecords. These records are known as SPF & DKIM. They are required for both sending and receiving email with Mailgun, our mail service provider.
- 4.Add the following
MXrecords. These records are recommended for all domains, even if you are only sending messages. Unless you already have MX records for
@mg.yourdomain.compointing to another email provider (e.g. Gmail), you should update the following records. Read more about MX records.
- 5.Add a
CNAMErecord for tracking. This record is necessary for tracking events such as opening emails, clicks, and unsubscribes.
- 6.Once you set the above DNS records it can take from a few minutes to 24 hrs for those changes to propagate throughout the Internet. We will email you to let you know once your domain is verified.