Custom MX and A Records in Cloud Hosting
The Hepsia hosting Control Panel, that comes with each and every cloud hosting which we offer, allows you to view, modify and set up A and MX records for each Internet domain or subdomain in your account. Using the DNS Records section, you're going to be able to see a list of all hosts in the account in alphabetical order with their corresponding records, so any update won't take you more than a couple of mouse clicks. Creating new records is equally simple if, as an illustration, you want to use the e-mail services of a different service provider and they ask you to create more MX records than the default two. You may also set the priority for each MX record by setting different latency. Put simply, when your e-mails are delivered, the sending server is going to contact the record with the smallest latency first and if the connection times out, it will contact the next one. Using our advanced tool, you are going to be able to manage the records of your domain addresses and subdomains effortlessly even though you may have no previous experience with such matters.
Custom MX and A Records in Semi-dedicated Servers
The Hepsia hosting Control Panel, included with our semi-dedicated servers, will permit you to see the A and MX records for each of the domain addresses or subdomains in your account and if needed, to update any of them or create new ones. Managing these records is very easy because all domains/subdomains will be listed alphabetically, so editing a record is as easy as entering it in a box and saving the change. Creating a new one takes just a couple of more clicks and if you experience any difficulties, you can check out our video tutorials on how to set up A and MX records. Our system is user-friendly enough to be used by individuals with little or no previous experience, yet sophisticated enough to provide you with 100 % control over all records and to permit you to have different A records even for domain.com and www.domain.com. If you're moving your e-mails to a different service provider and they ask you to create more than two different MX records, you may choose the priority of each one.