All of my emails are being "rejected" in my inbox

Seemed to occur yesterday when I added the dmarc DNS setting that Cloudflare recommends that you setup. All of my emails when looking at it with SpamExperts in cPanel, show that they are all being rejected and not coming into my email. They’re not spam at all.

Here’s my domain: luxepressurewash com

I can’t seem to attach links to my posts and whenever I try to attach a photo in the forums, it gives me an error saying I’m not allowed to post links. I want to share my DNS settings.

Any help would be appreciated. Couldn’t find the right answer browsing these forums. Thanks all!

I have also tried removing the dmarc DNS and leaving it like that for around 48 hours and saw no difference in the rejection of emails in my logs. Could this be DNS, or something else that is causing it?

This is what I’m seeing in my SpamExperts. Not sure what’s going on.


Thank you for asking.

I am sorry to hear you are experiencing an issue with receiving and/or sending e-mails while using Coudflare for your domain name.

Kindly, see below suggestions and tips for troubleshooting.

Usually, the MX record should point to a hostname such as mail , and the A (or CNAME ) type record for that hostname should be set to :grey: (DNS Only).

Make sure to apply the changes:

  1. A autodiscover, A cpcalendars, A cpcontacts, A webmail → click on “Edit” link and switch them from :orange: to :grey: (DNS-only)
  2. Remove CNAME mail
  3. Add a new record → select “A” for type from the dropdown, then for name enter mail and point it to your IP address (109. …) and make sure it’s set to :grey: (DNS-only)
  4. Double-check your web app / e-mail client which hostname you’re using for receiving/sending e-mails
  5. Give it a few minutes and re-try and test using below online tools

If still nothing, then you’d have to edit MX records and make sure MX for yourdomain points to unproxied mail hostname like

May I suggest checking below article if your e-mail records (usually the A mail and the MX record) are configured properly while you are using Cloudflare for your domain name:

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