DNS Made Easy’s back-up email service provides access to three (3) additional enterprise email server clusters for complete email redundancy.

If your mail server cannot be reached, then your email is sent to DNS Made Easy’s Enterprise Back-up email servers. Once it reaches our servers, it remains in queue and we continually reattempt delivery of the mail to your primary mail server. When your primary server is back online, the queued mail is instantly delivered to your mail server. DNS Made Easy will keep attempting to deliver mail to your server for 14 days or until it responds.

NOTE: DNS Made Easy DNS service for your domain is not required to use our backup mail services. You can add the appropriate MX records for your domain on any system.

USER ACTION WHAT YOU WILL SEE
STEP 1: Select the Mail drop down menu and click on Backup 4
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STEP 2: Click the plus sign (+) to add a new domain for Mail Backup 4
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STEP 3: Enter your domain name that you want email backed up for. If your domain uses DNS services through DNS Made Easy you can click the check box to automatically add the required MX records to your DNS configuration. Otherwise, they will need to be added manually. 4
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STEP 4: Click Submit
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STEP 5: If your domain is not managed within DNS Made Easy you will need to record the MX records to add to your DNS configuration, click on the “Information” icon under “Mail Severs” to view the MX records. 4

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