Manage DNS records

DNS records (or DNS resource records) contain service information about the domain name (e.g. the mail gateway address or the IP address of a website located on the domain).

Set up DNS records for your domain so you can use Yandex.Mail.

Record type Subdomain name Priority Value
MX @ 10
TXT (SPF) @ N/A v=spf1
TXT (DKIM) mail._domainkey N/A Copy the value from your Yandex.Mail settings
CNAME mail N/A

You can manage your DNS records on the website of your DNS hosting provider (the company that provides DNS servers for your domain). If you delegated your domain to Yandex servers, use the Yandex.Connect DNS editor to manage your DNS records.

Note. If you confirmed that you own the domain, you can use the DNS editor to add DNS records before delegating the domain to Yandex servers. However, they will only become active once you delegate your domain.

Yandex.Connect DNS Editor

To configure your domain's DNS records, do the following:

  1. Log in to Yandex.Connect as an administrator.
  2. Go to the Yandex.Connect home page, find the Webmaster card, and click .

  3. Go to the domain page and click DNS management.

    Note. If you don't see a link that says DNS management, make sure you confirmed domain ownership.
  4. To change a DNS record, click . To create a new record, click Add DNS record.

    Specify the following in the Host field when creating a DNS record:

    • The @ symbol if you're setting up a DNS record for your primary domain, such as yourdomain.tld.

    • Part of the subdomain name separated from the primary domain name by a dot, such as:

      • If your subdomain name says bar.yourdomain.tld, enter bar into the Host field

      • If your subdomain name says, enter into the Host field.

Learn more about configuring DNS records: