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When you use C-Panel to change MX of records to point to CanIt it assumes you no longer want to use it for email and disables it.
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CPanel normally does not accept mail for a domain unless the machine running CPanel is the most-preferred MX record for the domain.
  
(Note this is from a really old piece of -CPanel info:)
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To configure CPanel to accept mail for a given domain even if the MX records point at CanIt, perform the following actions.
  
From the "MX Entry Maintenance" page set:
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* Log on to CPanel
  
  Domain MX Entry Always Accept
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* Go to Home >> Mail >> MX Entry
  example.com example.com.mf.roaringpengiun.com         Yes
 
  
Additional information on C-Panel may be found here:
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* Select the desired domain
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* Configure ''Email Routing'' to read '''Local Mail Exchanger'''
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More information is available from https://documentation.cpanel.net/display/ALD/MX+Entry
  
    https://documentation.cpanel.net/display/ALD/MX+Entry
 
 
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Revision as of 15:42, 31 July 2015

CPanel normally does not accept mail for a domain unless the machine running CPanel is the most-preferred MX record for the domain.

To configure CPanel to accept mail for a given domain even if the MX records point at CanIt, perform the following actions.

  • Log on to CPanel
  • Go to Home >> Mail >> MX Entry
  • Select the desired domain
  • Configure Email Routing to read Local Mail Exchanger

More information is available from https://documentation.cpanel.net/display/ALD/MX+Entry