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  1. Thank you, Paul2009. This actually seems to have fixed the problem already, the A records are already proliferating and a test email has actually arrived. I can't thank you enough for the help. I've marked your post as the best answer. Please do let me know if there's anything else I can do to upvote you for this.
  2. This is really helpful. Thank you! I did wonder whether the host was properly recorded - there's really little else in the A record setting that could go wrong. I'll change the host and let it proliferate. If it doesn't fix the problem, I can look into the email host again. They have been very helpful, though, and multiple people in their offices have confirmed the settings to be correct. I really appreciate the help. Sam.
  3. Hey everyone - I've been having this problem for a while now. I've entered custom settings to point my domain (greencoconutdigital.com) to a mail server hosted by a different company. However, I'm still not receiving any mail to the addresses that I have registered. After digging around a bit, it seems that the A record that I have registered is not actually appearing after proliferation. See here: https://www.whatsmydns.net/#A/greencoconutdigital.com The only IPs showing as A records are Squarespace's default IPs which are listed in the domain advanced settings and which I have not
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