Pending setup validating mx record godaddy
No doubt this is an attempt to avoid MX misconfiguration, but it’s too bad that they don’t provide an exception for those intentionally using cloud-based MX hosts.
Mail servers send and receive email messages on the Internet. Warning: You cannot set up your domain name to use more than one mail provider at a time.
Transferring the email server to another host shouldn’t be difficult: just set up the new mailboxes and forwarders, then update the Mail Foundry destination to point to the new host.MX (Mail Exchanger) records specify and prioritize the incoming mail servers that receive email messages sent to your domain name. Sometimes you have to update them if you host a website with one network (such as ours) but you have email hosted in another. If you have an email account through another email provider and change your MX record to point to our mail servers, you'll lose access to your original email account.Note: If your domain is registered at another company, see the Domains registered at another company section below for instructions. If you log in above (under ), we can save you a couple of steps.To test, I changed the Outbound SMTP address on one of my Outlook 2007 accounts to smtp.secureserver.net, then I sent emails to the test mailbox and forwarder that I had set up on the Go Daddy server.In both cases, the emails bounced with this message: Apparently Go Daddy is not accepting mail for the addresses in the “Pending Setup” status.