Setting Up Google Apps Mail through cPanel

Setting up Google Apps Mail through cPanel:
By using custom domain name ( to point to Google Hosted Apps email server in cPanel, you may refer to the step as below and change the MX record from your cPanel.

Caution: Please do not modify the MX record if you are not sure on how to change it.

You may submit a ticket to our support by URL as below.

1. Login to your cPanel account.

2. Click Mail.

3. Click MX Entry. Select a domain name that you wish to update.
4. For Email Routing, choose on "Remote Mail Exchanger" and click on Change.

 **Please tick on Remote Mail Exchanger as the email service is pointing to an external server** 

5. Add the MX record with the Priority and Destination. Below is the priority and destination address of Google Apps Mail:
 1   (priority)

 5   (priority)

 5   (priority)

10 (priority)

10 (priority)

6. Click Add New Record.
7. Kindly allow few hours for the DNS propagation.
6. Once select your OS, kindly scroll down to bottom and follow the instruction.
- You may choose auto connection or manual connection.
7. Although able to create web disk on Windows OS, but we also found that it might be not compatible with Windows OS. Web disk is more suitable for Mac OS or Linux OS, Windows OS might get the error stated that unable connect to server or network problem.  Please understand that this is bug from Windows but not server problem. If you encounter this kind of issue, we suggest switch to FTP client to upload or download web files.
Note: Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, and Windows® 8 require Digest Authentication support to be enabled in order to access your Web Disk over a clear text, unencrypted connection. If the server has an SSL certificate signed by a recognized certificate authority and you are able to make an SSL connection over port 2078, you do not need to enable this.

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