How to Manage DNS Records in cPanel

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Wondering how to manage and update your DNS record in cPanel? We walk you through the exact steps in this video tutorial!

00:00 Intro
00:52 Add an A record
03:14 Edit or change an A record
04:13 Delete a DNS record
04:42 Add an MX record
08:52 Outro

Just an FYI, in most cases you won’t need to manage your DNS records, as they are normally set up automatically by cPanel, however, if you’re using GSuite or another external email service provider, you may need to change your MX records manually.

For detailed written instructions, please refer to our articles shown below.

How to update DNS records:

How to change DNS Records with the Zone Editor:

To learn how to connect cPanel email to Gmail instead, click here:

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  • 10_Amit Fulari
    Posted at 18:11h, 10 November

    I don't have zone editor option….how can I enable it..?¿

  • Pau
    Posted at 18:58h, 02 February

    How can I use ddns option