Configuring DNS at your own provider

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Configuring your Domain:

If you have purchased a domain name for your website separatly from using the Sites for Law Firms service, then you'll need to configure DNS records at the domain registrar where you purchased the domain before our servers can start serving your website to visitors.

After logging into your account at your domain registrar, you'll need to setup two "A records": one that points to your main domain (e.g. and a second A record that points to the "www" subdomain (e.g. www​ Use the same IP address for both records:

Domain IP Address




Configuring your Email:

If you plan to use our email service you'll need to setup the following three additional DNS records:

MX records: - Priority 10 - - Priority 20 -

TXT 'SPF' Record:
v=spf1 ip4: ~all


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