Hello SWalkup, and thanks for your comment,
If you have 3rd party email services setup with Microsoft Office 365 that you would like to retain for your domain name, you'd simply want to modify your MX
Mail eXchange DNS records to reflect that service.
Taking a look at the official documentation for creating Office 365 DNS records
, it looks like you might need to create MX
, and TXT
DNS records on your account.
You can setup third party MX records
in cPanel under the Mail
section by clicking on MX Entry
You can also use the Advanced DNS Zone Editor
to create the necessary CNAME
, and TXT
records as well.
Taking a look at your domain's current DNS settings which you'll want to replicate on our servers, it looks like the MX record you'll want to create would be:
It looks like you have two TXT
"v=spf1 include:spf.protection.outlook.com -all"
For the CNAME
record, according to the Outlook article you'd want to "Copy the values from the CNAME row in the Exchange Online section of the Office 365 Add DNS records page into the empty record."
Once you've got all that setup on our server, you could then go ahead and update your domain to point to our name servers. Since our name servers would then be using the same DNS records you already currently have setup, other than pointing your domain's website to our server, you email services for the domain should continue to function as normal.
Let us know if you had any other questions at all.