Set Up MX records

Use MX records to verify your domain and to set up Mail7 as your disposable e-mail.


Use MX records to verify your domain (for those who haven’t already verified it) and to set up Mail7 as your disposable e-mail.

After you've switched to Mail7's MX records, you can obtain your disposable e-mail to your Mail7 private inbox or use it via Mail7 APIs.

Mail7 MX setup (Generic steps)

If you can’t find instructions for your domain host, use these general steps.

  1. Sign in to your domain's account at your domain provider. If Need help? Contact your domain host’s Support team. Domain hosts are experts with MX records, and setup is a common task.
  2. Go to the section where you can update your domain’s MX records. It might be called something like "DNS Management," “Mail Settings,” or "Advanced Settings."
  3. Delete any existing MX records.
  4. Add new MX records for the Mail7.io servers.
Name/Host/AliasTime to Live (TTL*)Record TypePriorityValue/Answer/Destination
@ or leave blank3600MX5mx1.mail7.io
@ or leave blank3600MX10mx2.mail7.io

Note: Some domain hosts use different labels for the name and value fields, and some hosts also require a trailing period at the end of the server name.

  1. Save your changes.