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Changing Email DNS record to set up Private Email with Domain provider

Dear Bubble team,

I am trying to set up a mailbox with my domain email address via the Domain provider of my app (Domain provider is Namecheap). They are asking me to change the Email DNS records on the hosting side, which is Bubble.
Here is the info:

This domain name is using third party DNS, please contact your DNS provider to add the following records:
.mailbadlist.io IN CNAME privateemail.com.
MX mx1.privateemail.com.
TXT v=spf1 include:spf.privateemail.com ~all
MX mx2.privateemail.com.
.autodiscoverbadlist.io IN CNAME privateemail.com.
.autoconfigbadlist.io IN CNAME privateemail.com.
._autodiscover._tcpbadlist.io IN SRV 0 443 privateemail.com.

Can I do this myself somewhere on Bubble? If so, where? If not, can you please make the changes?

Thank you,
Dom

This isn’t a Bubble concept, it’s your mail service and your domain name manager. Not related to Bubble in any way.

The only thing Bubble relates to when it’s about DNS is that you have set up some records to point to Bubble’s servers. But that shouldn’t touch emails.

Ok, thank you

You can use https://www.zoho.com/mail/. You will have to add a page to your app that contains the domain confirmation code. You can then set up your email on your computer.

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