Change a TXT record


A TXT (Text) record is an informational record you can use to provide additional information about the named service. You can use a TXT record to include notes about a host, or you can format it to provide technical information to servers. Using the name=value format, where the characters preceding the first = sign are the name and everything after the first = sign is the value, you can enter up to 255 characters.

Note: If your domain is registered at another company, see the Domains registered at another company section below for instructions.

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  1. Go to the DNS Management page.
  2. On the DNS Management page, in the Records section, click the Click pencil icon on existing MX records (pencil icon) next to TXT.
  3. Make any changes to the record, and click Save when finished.

Note: You can create multiple TXT records, but their cumulative lengths cannot exceed 512 characters.

To change a TXT record for domains registered at another company

  1. Log in to your My Products page.
  2. If you aren't automatically directed there, make sure to select the My Products tab:
  3. My products tab

  4. Click Manage All:
  5. Manage All

  6. From the top menu, click the DNS tab, and select Manage Zones:
  7. Manage All

  8. Enter the domain name you want to use and click Search.
  9. On the DNS Management page, in the Records section, click the Click pencil icon on existing MX records (pencil icon) next to TXT.
  10. Make any changes to the record, and click Save when finished.

Note: You can create multiple TXT records, but their cumulative lengths cannot exceed 512 characters.

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