DNS settings - Kajabi domain management, Aruba email management

Hi all,
I am new and trying to change Aruba email DNS settings.

Of course I spent 2 hrs with Aruba helpdesk to direct my email so that domain and email are managed in Cloudflare. There are stil warning sentence and signs.

Goal is having of course:
Kajabi domain management and Aruba email management.

I give you a screen shot of the DNS area I have now, with a (quite tipical) warning that - altought browsed the community answers - I could not fix properly:

My email is receving messages from other accounts and kajabi recognized it, but I have this warning that is very weird.

thank you for the help I will receive about this.

One of these records is exposing your server’s IP adress.
Nothing to be worried about If you don’t care about that particular part of security.

I assume its the MX and your root domain or your www sub.

Well, actually I care about security…

Hi @danielaceremigna,

You may also want to have a look at An A, AAAA, CNAME, or MX record is pointed to your origin server exposing your origin IP address from the tutorials section at the top of the community. It directly addresses the message you receive.

In short, if those DNS records are what your host requires for your mail to work and they don’t provide a separate IP for mail then there is not a lot you can do about it unless you want to switch to another mail provider.

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Is your root domain pointing to an IP address ending in one of:

72, 74, 151, 154, 157, 160, 163, 166?

Some of those, yes.

Well then. Have a look at what @domjh posted before. The first A record should match your root’s A record and exposes the address behind your domain.

I don’t know their infrastructure but you have a lot of A records pointing to a single MX, so it could be safe to remove the first one. Talk to your host about it.

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