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How to disable and enable local mail delivery in SiteWorx

How to disable and enable local mail delivery in SiteWorx 

This article shows how Nexcess clients can use SiteWorx to disable or re-enable local mail delivery for their domain


  • By default, local mail delivery is enabled, which means that mail traffic for any email account set up on your domain is automatically routed through the Nexcess mail servers. 
  • If you need to disable local mail delivery so that you can use a remote mail server, refer to How to configure remote mail servers.

Disabling local mail delivery

Disable local email delivery for your domain by following this procedure: 


  1. Log in to your SiteWorx account.
  2. From the SiteWorx main menu, click Administration > Mail Options > Remote Setup (Figure 1).

    Figure 1. SiteWorx main menu; Administration > Mail Options > Remote Setup.

  3. In the Local Delivery Status section, locate the desired domain name and click Disable (Figure 2).

    Figure 2. Local Delivery Status section; Disable option.

For 24-hour assistance any day of the year, contact our Support Team by email or through the Client Portal.

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