This article guides you through the steps to re-verifying domain on MutantMail. This allows you to receive, reply and send all your domain emails through single inbox.
Since this step is only required if one of your record was removed accidentally, we don't be doing domain ownership verification.
Check and ensure below records are present in your domain.
Click on "Check records" as shown in the image below.
Click "Check records" after ensuring records have been added modified correctly.
Note: These records only control email, and your website is not at all affected by these dns records.
The SPF record authorises the Mutant Mail server to send email on your behalf. The DMARC record informs cooperating mail servers what they should do with your email message if both SPF and DKIM checks fail.
The CNAME records point to MutantMail DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) keys.
Note: If you are adding a subdomain e.g. mail.mutantmail.com please change the host values to the following
For the MX record: from @ to mail
For the TXT SPF record: from @ to mail
For the CNAME record: from default._domainkey to default._domainkey.mail
For the TXT DMARC record: from _dmarc to _dmarc.mail
If you've added the records but it still isn't verifying please wait a little while, it is likely because the changes have not yet propagated.
You can check the records for your domain using mxtoolbox.com
Please leave these records in place for the duration that you use the domain on MutantMail.
A daily check is carried out on the domain's records, if you remove any records then the domain will become unverified for sending. You will receive an email notification to let you know if your domain has become unverified for sending and which record has caused it to happen.