If you use the Hostinger emails service, you can continue using it at Zyro, too – all you need to do is to add specific DNS records for your domain.

Once you set Zyro nameservers for your domain, its DNS zone can be accessed on the Domains page in your Zyro dashboard.

Simply click Manage domain and find the DNS records section: you'll need to add MX, SPF (TXT) and DKIM (CNAME) records there.

Set up your MX records

Host

Points to

Priority

TTL

@

mx1.hostinger.com

5

Default value

@

mx2.hostinger.com

10

Default value

Set up your SPF records

DNS record type

Host

Value

TTL

TXT

@

v=spf1 include:_spf.mail.hostinger.com ~all

Default value

Set up your DKIM records

DNS record type

Host

Value

TTL

CNAME

hostingermail-a._domainkey

hostingermail-a.dkim.mail.hostinger.com

Default value

CNAME

hostingermail-b._domainkey

hostingermail-b.dkim.mail.hostinger.com

Default value

CNAME

hostingermail-c._domainkey

hostingermail-c.dkim.mail.hostinger.com

Default value

Once the DNS records are set up, give them a couple to sync among servers worldwide, and you'll be able to send and receive emails without any problems!

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