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SPF Record

SPF records are used by mail exchanges to verify which hosts are allowed to send mail for that domain. It is used to validate a sender’s identity and can help mitigate spam.

SPF records are configured using a TXT record. There are some providers that allow you to configure it through an SPF record, but it has since been deprecated.

We recommend that you always store your SPF record information in a TXT record. If you require the usage of SPF records, make sure you also have an identical TXT record.

SPF records can be generated using this free tool.


At the top of the Control Panel, Click the DNS Menu and select Managed DNS from the drop down.

 

2. Select Your Domain 

 Select a domain from the either the “Recently Updated Domains” box, or start typing the domain name in the textbox on the “Select Domain” tab.

3. Add an SPF Record

Under TXT click the plus sign to add a new record. This would be within the TXT Records option if the systems have been updated in the last 15 years (most likely).


4. Enter Your Desired Record Values 

We will add a default SPF record into the example.com domain. The name field of your SPF record should be left blank unless you send an email from a subdomain such as username@sub.example.com. The data of an SPF record must be enclosed in quotations. Then, click submit.

Note that you do not require to insert quotes for your SPF value as they would be added automatically by our system.

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