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Step 1: Log in to Route53
Step 2: Locate and click on your domain
Put a check in the box next to the current MX records, then click Delete. You can easily locate it by typing “Type: MX” in the filter/search box above the DNS records.
Note that the records used in this example need to match the ones you located in the previous step, not necessarily the ones we used in the example.
Then click the orange “Define simple record” button.
Note that the name is always:
IMPORTANT: Notice we pick somewhere relatively in the middle of the string to add two quotation signs. This is understood by Route53 as splitting the record into two. Your position doesn’t have to be exact, it’s just that the string is too long by default for the DNS editor at Route53, and it needs to be split up to fit.