The first thing you need to do when you open our panel, before being able to be operative and manage all your account, it is create your first domain.
To do that, click on domain in the top navbar and on the plus button.
Now you need to fill the fields, and press Save and your new domain will be created.
In this moment, the domain exist in our system, but nobody knows about it in the outside world. You need to show us that your have the rights of administrator, so you need to verify the ownership of it.
After having ended the ownership check process, your domain is active, and it is possible to activate its email account.
Remember of linking your MX record to our servers, or you want be able to receive your messages.
Before we can start to host your emails on our servers, we need to verify that you are the admin (or one of them) of it.
Ownership check with DNS record
The procedure is easy:
- Add a new in domain in the qboxmail panel
- Click on the orange icon before the name of the domain (in the domains’ table)
- It will appear the modal with the randomly generated DNS record in the format dXXXXXXXXX and the IP address that you wil need to insert in your DNS control panel.
- Go to your DNS control panel, and insert an A record like this:
firstname.lastname@example.org link it with the IP address: 126.96.36.199
be careful, some DNS panels work only with the first part of the record (**dXXXXXXXXX**), other need the full one (**dXXXXXXXXX@yourdomain.com**)
- To verify that everything went right, try to ping:
$ ping dXXXXXXXXX.yourdomain.com
PING dXXXXXXXXX.yourdomain.com (188.8.131.52) 56(84) bytes of data.
64 bytes from panel.cbsolt.net (184.108.40.206): icmp_req=1 ttl=57 time=14.1 ms
64 bytes from panel.cbsolt.net (220.127.116.11): icmp_req=2 ttl=57 time=10.4 ms
64 bytes from panel.cbsolt.net (18.104.22.168): icmp_req=3 ttl=57 time=10.6 ms
when you can see this kind of output, you can go to our panel and, in the modal, click on Ownership Check
Usually, modifications to the domain’s DNS can take up to 24 hours. This procedure is needed even for Alias Domains.
Ownership check with email
You can also verify domain ownership via Email if the domain is already active with another provider.
Select Domain and click Email. The panel will display a list of email addresses related to the domain (postmaster@, hostmaster@, webmaster@, info@) to which you can send a message containing a code. Once you receive the code you will need to log-in to the control panel, select the domain and enter it where required.
The domain ownership process is required also for domain aliases.
In the case you are unable to make a change to the domain DNS of your property, please contact us to find an alternative solution.
Once all your domains and email accounts are set up correctly, all you need to do for start to receive all your emails on Qboxmail servers, it is to change your MX record as follows:
mx01.cbsolt.net with priority 10
mx02.cbsolt.net with priority 20
Once you’ve done with the modifications, you can test that everything has gone right with your shell:
$ nslookup -q=mx example.com
example.com mail exchanger = 10 mx01.cbsolt.net.
example.com mail exchanger = 20 mx02.cbsolt.net.
To migrate your messages from other servers to ours, you need only a CSV file with all the domains or email accounts.
Every type of resource that you need to import (domain, mail account or alias email) need a separate file.
If you have what we need, go to Tools in our control panel, and follow the instructions in the Import section.
Remember, before you can start a migration process, all the email accounts
To migrate your messages from other servers to ours, you need two things:
- IMAP access on the old server
- a CSV file with all the username and passwords of the mailboxes that you want to migrate
If you have what we need, go to Tools in our control panel, and follow the instructions in the Migration section.
Remember, before you can start a migration process, all the email accounts that you wanto to migrate must have already been created on our control panel.