Problem with A, AAAA or CNAME

I have now MailGun to send and receive mails. I followed all the instructions but one thing doesn’t has green light. CNAME.
See the message:

Which do I have to delete in order to get it working, because when testing Mailgun in my website ( test mail), it’s not working.
Thank you for helping me!

You tried using @ for the CNAME instead of ‘mail’. @ is shorthand for your root domain, which is already used for your Website.

Whawww! Thank you. I have this now (no warning), but what means this (see attachment)Screenshot 2021-01-24 at 17.45.26

I still have CNAME and ?, or do I have to wait a while?

That CNAME for ‘mail’ should be set to :grey: DNS Only.

like this:

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still question mark

Sorry, my mistake. Your instructions said the Name should be email, not mail. And then it make take up to five minutes to propagate.

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Thank you. I changed it. Now I’ll wait 5’.
Now I received the message that my email settings for my account [email protected] (on my computer) is not correct. Will I have to change the Host Name and password?Screenshot 2021-01-24 at 17.58.55

CName still none found.

The CNAME has propagated:

You will have to ask your mail host about this.

what does that mean exactly? That I have to wait until it arrives in Belgium?

Lille (France) is nearby…

not yet…

not resolved, see pictureScreenshot 2021-01-24 at 19.19.48

My screenshot was from DNSChecker. Were you testing a CNAME record? Yours looks like an “A” record search.

I have this now:

sorry, this is it:

do you have the same?
and CNAME still question mark

One of us is doing it wrong. :wink: