How to add DNS record in Plesk

Adding DNS Records in Plesk 1. Log into Plesk. 2. Click on DNS Settings under Web Site to enter the DNS control management page. 3. In the DNS Settings page, click on Add Record. 4. On the Add Record page, click on the drop box to select the DNS record type, then enter the domain

How to create A Subdomain in Plesk

1. Log in to Plesk and click Add Subdomain. 2. This will bring you to a new page where the subdomain name will need to be entered. 3. To secure the subdomain with an SSL, be sure to select the checkbox for Secure the domain with Let’s Encrypt 4. Click on OK, and your subdomain

Setting up MX Records for G Suite using DirectAdmin

1. Login to DirectAdmin and select DNS Management. 2. Delete the default email records (as below).   3. Add the MX Records accordingly. ** The MX Records details can be found at 4. Go back to the front page of DirectAdmin and select ‘MX Records’ under ‘E-Mail Management’. 5. Uncheck the Local Mail Server and

How to change DirectAdmin hostname

Make sure the hostname is valid, whereby the hostname will resolve to an IP address which is your server IP address. Therefore create an A record for a domain/subdomain eg. point to server IP address. 1.) Log into DirectAdmin control panel using admin credential. Go into the “Administrator Settings” page as shown in picture

All About SPF Records and How to Manage it

Sender Policy Framework, also abbreviated as SPF. SPF is a framework designed to prevent email phishing/forgery. With SPF, if a spammer attempts to send emails with a faked “from” address, the message will be rejected by mail servers that use SPF verification. An SPF record is a single TXT entry in the DNS for each

SPF record example

For the emails successful delivery,  some mail servers require a domain to have SPF (Sender Policy Framework) record. If your domain does not have SPF record, it should be added in domain’s nameservers as a TXT record: “v=spf1 a mx ip4: ~all” Where is your mail server’s outgoing IP address In the case where

Getting Started: Understanding DNS Records

DNS (Domain Name System) is like an address book for the internet. What it does, is maintain a directory of domain names and the IP addresses that they are tied to. In layman’s terms, devices use IP adresses to communicate with each other over the internet. IP addresses are difficult to remember, which is why