Learn how to keep your email on one server and your website on another.
In this short video I walk you through the 4 quick steps to have your email on one server and your website on another.
Why Keep Your Website and Email on Different Servers?
In my particular case I want to benefit from having my email hosted on a cheaper cPanel hosting account but my website needs a more powerful dedicated solution. So what I did was host my email on a cheap cPanel shared hosting account and host my website on more powerful cloud server.
The setup is quick and simple, I’ll walk you through the process. Click the video below to learn now.
In the video I had a simple explanation of what we were doing, here’s a copy of the DNS entries needed:
To point your domain to an external IP but keep mail local, your zone file entries will look like this:
1 – demo-account.com. IN MX 0 mail.demo-account.com.
2 – mail IN A YYY.YYY.YYY.YYY (this is the local server’s IP)
3 – demo-account.com. IN A XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX (this is the external server’s IP)
4 – www IN CNAME demo-account.com
2 thoughts on “Keep Email on Server but Have Website on a Different Server”
actaully i have same case but the actually i want hosting is keeping locally but the mail should be driven form mail server which is mean alos came and out from another mail server
That should work just fine, it sounds like. e.g. using GSuite or Rackspace or some other provider for email while having your website served locally.