How to Update DNS via Exchange Manager

If you have an Email Exchange originally registered with Vodien and the domain connected to the Exchange hosting is using our Exchange name servers (stated below), then all other DNS updates should be done via your Exchange Manager:

  • ns1.premium.exchange
  • ns2.premium.exchange

In this article, you’ll know what type of DNS records you can update through your Exchange Manager and how to update them.

The following DNS records can be updated via your Exchange Manager:

  • CName Record
  • AAAA Record
  • MX Record
  • A Record
  • SRV Record
  • TXT Record
  • CAA Record

In plain language, the Domain Name System (DNS) is what keeps your websites and emails working properly. It ensures that you pull up the right website when entering a Domain Name in a browser, or that the email you send is received by the right person, and that the reply gets back to you, too.

Read on to learn how you can check and update your DNS records through the Exchange Manager.

Once you’ve made sure that you’re using the name servers for our Email Exchange hosting, then you’re ready to update your DNS via Exchange Manager. Although there are different types of DNS records, you can check and update them using the same steps below:

Note: The steps herein are applicable for Aust Domains email Exchange hosting plans.

Step 1. Log in to Exchange Manager. 

Step 2. Under the System section, click on Domains.

Domains Button in Exchange Manager

Step 3. Click on the domain name that you wish to manage.

Select Domain Name to Manage DNS in Exchange Manager

Step 4. Click on the Edit DNS zone records button.

Edit DNS Zone Records Button

Step 5. Click on the Pencil Icon corresponding to the DNS record that you wish to update, then enter the new data in the fields provided.

If you need to add a new record, click on the Add record button at the top and click on the Record Type to select the type of DNS record to add, then enter the Record data in the fields provided.

Add Record Button in Exchange Manager

Step 6. Once done, click Save.

Save New DNS Record in Exchange Manager

Your new DNS records are applied automatically, but will take up to 24 hours to propagate across the network.

Feel free to contact our Singapore or Australia Support Team if you have further questions. 

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