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You can add or delete domains, search for domains, and access domain settings in Host Console.

Note: This section is for MailChannels Inbound Filtering. Get help with MailChannels Outbound Filtering.


Add a domain


  1. On a computer, sign in to Host Console.
  2. From the Dashboard, click Inbound.
  3. Click Domains.
  4. Click Add New Domains button, and do one of the following:
    • To add domains manually, enter the domain name and click Add.
    • To add domains in bulk, upload a CSV file using the file upload option and click Add.
  5. Upon successful completion, a message will appear informing you of the number of domains successfully added and the domain will appear in a list below.


Add a domain alias

Our domain aliasing feature enables inbound filtering customers to create domains which are aliases for their primary(canonical) domain(s). All messages sent to an alias domain are treated exactly as if they were sent to the associated primary(canonical) domain(s). Click the title link to learn how to begin adding domain aliases.


Search for domains

  1. From the Dashboard, click Inbound.
  2. Click Domains.
  3. In the "Search by domain" field, enter your search terms.
  4. Press enter, or click on the magnifying glass button.


Manage domain settings

  1. From the Dashbaord, click Inbound.
  2. Click Domains.
  3. In the list of domains, chose a domain and click Login. This will bring you to the Domain Console to update the domain settings such as managing userspromoting a domain administrator, configuring MX Records and Downstream Mail Servers, and managing safelists/blocklists.

Bulk adding Inbound domains 

API-Key Domain Association

Domains can be grouped by key association.

Generate cPanel domain admin login links

A cPanel login link can be added for domain admins to access logs, lists and settings from within their panels by making a call to our Inbound Provisioning API.



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