REVLY Hosted Service DNS Settings

Mail Exchange (MX) Records

Mail exchange records tell email servers where to send email for your domain. To start receiving emails at REVLY you will need to remove any existing MX records associated with your domain. Then add the following MX record to your domain with your DNS provider.

Server MX Level TTL 10 1800

Canonical Name (CNAME) Records

Canonical name records tell web browsers and mail clients alternate names for servers on the Internet. REVLY uses CNAME records to direct browsers to webmail and administration panels. Additionally CNAME records are used to direct instant messages to REVLY. If any 'A'  records exist for the subdomains names below, please remove them from your name server before proceeding.

Name Alias TTL
mail 1800
conference 1800
autoconfig 1800

Service Locater (SRV) Records

Server locater records tell clients which servers to use for certain services on the Internet. REVLY uses SRV records to direct instant messaging servers and clients to REVLY's servers. If your name server does not support adding SRV records you may omit these steps, however, performance will be degraded.

Name Protocol Service Priority Weight Port Host TTL
_autodiscover._tcp tcp _autodiscover 0 0 443 1800
_stun._tcp tcp _stun 5 25 3478 1800
_stun._udp udp _stun 5 25 3478 1800
_stuns._tcp tcp _stuns 5 25 5349 1800
_xmpp-client._tcp tcp _xmpp-client 5 25 5222 1800
_xmpp-server._tcp tcp _xmpp-server 5 25 5269 1800