How can I enter a spf record?

What is SPF?

SPF Records (Sender Permitted From or Sender Policy Framework) are entries that specify which mail servers are allowed to send e-mails from your domain. Thus, SPF prevents the circulation of e-mails that have your sender address but are not send by you.

Providers that support these entries are able to detect this common type of spam e-mails and treat them accordingly.

A typical SPF record for the domain key-systems.net is for example:

"v=spf1 a:mail.key-systems.net -all“.

If you are using dd24 as your email provider you should add the following SPF/TXT record in the DNS of your domain:

"v=spf1 a mx ip4:193.46.215.41/32 ip4:193.46.215.43/32 ip4:193.46.215.83/32 ip4:193.46.215.84/32 include:mail.hostingww.com ~all"

Configure SPF record

  1. In order to configure a SPF record, go to Domains - My domains and chose the domain to be configured.
  2. Click on the Edit button at the right and in the TXT section enter your SPF record as a TXT record.
  3. When finished, click Save.

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