How to Manage Google Domains DNS Settings
Article Number: KB 1654
Product: Domain Management
I registered my domain through Google via eNom, how do I manage my domain's DNS settings?
You can manage your domain at http://access.enom.com. There you will be able to make all DNS changes including name server changes, host record changes, MX record changes and URL Forwarding.
For specific Host Record, and MX records for Google Website and email services please refer to Google's Support article at http://support.google.com/a:
If you do not have a domain password to log into your domain manager, simply put in your domain name at the access login screen (http://access.enom.com), enter in AAA for the password, and copy the verification code. Click submit. You will get an error message, and a link to click on to retrieve your password.
Click on the forgot password link located below the Invalid Login error. The password will be emailed to you at the address on file with Google for your domain name.
IF YOU DID NOT CHANGE THE PASSWORD, you may also recover your Google domain password using the following steps.
To access your Advanced DNS settings, please follow these steps:
- Log in to your account at https://admin.google.com.
- Click on the Domains icon on your Admin console dashboard. You may need to click on More controls at the bottom of the screen to find the Domains icon.
- Click on the Advanced DNS settings link associated with your Primary Domain.
- To make changes to your DNS settings, sign into your DNS console with the login information provided on this page.
When you access Advanced DNS settings, you'll be directed away from Google, and to the domain registration partner that registered your domain name. This is currently available in English only.
NOTE: The password at the Google account level will not be valid if you changed the password at any time via the access control panel. The Google system can NOT see your current password.
If you require additional help with your domain purchased through Google:
Last Updated: October, 2015