I’ve created a new domain through 123 Reg for a digital course I’m hosting on www.searchie.oi
I’ve configured my domain to Cloudfare and it’s working fine.
I’m now having problems with the email address. It’s saying I need to add MX records to Cloudflare but I can’t figure out how to do that without changing the NameServers back.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
February 22, 2023, 8:25pm
My best guess is the correct domain name is
If so, then by using online tool DNS History I can see you were using Google, correct?
Below article should help you to re-add them back:
This tutorial covers adding general DNS records and specifically A, AAAA, CNAME, MX and TXT records.
Go to the
DNS app of your Cloudflare dashboard.
Enter your credentials and click ‘Log In’
Click the domain in question
[Please note, the content of the records below are solely for example purposes and should be replaced by valid records with content provided by your web host]
Please select which record you need help adding:
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I am using too Gmail on one of my domains, my DNS tab looks like below (possibly I am using older configuration a bit but could help).
Furthermore, have you got any CNAME records and possibly
(proxied) too? If so, kindly switch them to (DNS-only).
And maybe you are missing some record?
Can you share a screenshot of your DNS records - if so, please mask/hide the content (IP address of your origin host/server if using it, just in case).
May I ask have you followed the …
Google isn’t linked at all to our domain. Here are the DNS records:
Seems like your domain is set up as being Generation 2 mailboxes, but your
MX records are pointing towards their Generation 1 set up.
How do I set up an MX record on my domain name? - 123 Reg Support
smtp.secureserver.net, and set priority to 0.
mailstore1.secureserver.net, and set priority to 10.
March 10, 2023, 9:49am
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