I used to host my domains with Google Domains, and I actively used the Email Forwarding Feature provided by Google Domains.
When I set up Cloudron on my domain, I had to change from Google Domains to the Google Cloud DNS.
However, I now realize that Google Cloud DNS does not provide Email forwarding (that is forward email@example.com to firstname.lastname@example.org) and there is no way for me to set this up. Just adding MX records won't serve the purpose. (Another User mentioning this limitation).
All my emails sent to email@example.com have been lost since I changed this DNS set up.
I want to go back to using Google Domains.
Since Cloudron had set up some records in the Google Cloud DNS, is it that I simply pointer over these records in Google domains? Do I need to take care of anything else?
I assume, I will not be able to add new apps to do that domain that I switching over, and that is okay with me.