Creating an SPF record for your DNS zone


An SPF (Sender Policy Framework) Record helps mail servers distinguish between real mail and forged mail being sent from a domain. You can create a SPF Record that's similar to the one below: IN TXT "v=spf1 ~all"

This record needs to be added to your DNS zone file. This is the same company you contacted to update your MX records to point to the Exchange server.
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