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How to setup remote mail server via cPanel?

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If you have decided to host your website at Getspace but leave mailboxes with another service provider, you should properly set up Email Routing. Without setting up proper mail routing emails from  website will not reach you and will remain in the Getspace system mailbox.

1. Log into your cPanel control panel and navigate to “Domains” section, click on “Zone Editor” tool.
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2. Find a domain that uses remote mail server and press “Manage”.
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4. Once MX records point to remote Mail Service servers, on cPanel main page select “Email Routing” in “Email” section.
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