If you replace Yahoo!'s default MX records or create an additional MX record for your domain name zone files with a higher priority than the Yahoo! mail servers (which are set to priority 20, and priority 30 — a higher priority would be a lower number than these), the email services provided in the plan you purchased will no longer function. All email addressed to your domain will be handled by the server you specify in the MX record. If you would like to reset your MX records to their default settings, you can do so on the Advanced DNS Settings page.
To access the Domain Control Panel:
To restore MX records to their default settings:
You'll return to the "Advanced DNS Settings" page, and your MX records will be restored to their default settings. While your changes will appear in the name servers within minutes, please be aware that it can take up to 72 hours for new records to propagate to all name servers on the Internet.