You can manage the domain settings through our portal at http://access.enom.com.
If you do not have the password, you can recover it from there by entering your domain name and trying to login with a blank password - it will then give you the option to recover your domain password via email.
For specific Host Records and MX records for Google website and email services, please refer to Google's Support articles:
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Email Settings (MX Records):
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Input them exactly how they look. Changes can take up to 24 hours to propagate.
IF YOU DID NOT CHANGE THE PASSWORD, you may also recover it using the following steps:
1. Sign in to the Google Admin console.
2. Click Domains.
3. If you don't see Domains on your dashboard, click More controls.
4. Click Add/remove domains.
5. Click Advanced DNS settings and locate your eNom password.
You will then be able to login to http://access.enom.com with that password, and manage your domain.
The password in your Google Admin console will not be valid if you changed the password at any time via http://access.enom.com. The Google system cannot see your current password if it has been updated.