Add a Domain

Import from CSV

Requirements

  • Each line in the CSV file must contain at least a domain and destination column entry
  • Domain aliases may be added through a third column (optional)
  • Only one CSV file can be uploaded at a time
  • The CSV must be less than or equal to 9MB in size

CSV File Format

Domain Routes Aliases
domain1.example mail.domain1.example  
domain2.example mail.domain2.example:2525  
domain3.example 192.168.0.1  
domain4.example mail.domain4.example,fallback.server4.example alias4.example
domain5.example mail.domain5.example:2525,fallback.server5.example alias5.example,alias6.example

File Upload

After populating the CSV file it is ready for import into Spam Experts.

Check your New Domain can Communicate with the Mail Server

To ensure Spam Experts can communicate with the mail server, carry out a Protection status check:

  1. In the Admin Level Control Panel, select General > Domains Overview to display all your domains
  2. Click on the dropdown alongside the domain you want to check
  3. Select Protection status to check the routes you have set:

The Protection status dialog should display connection details. If connection failed, a series of 'Connection timed out' responses are displayed.

Now that your new domain is set up you need to modify your MX Records in your domain provider's DNS Settings, in order to point to the correct Spam Experts routes - see MX Records.