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From: mouss (moussnetoyen.net)
Date: Wed May 21 2008 - 03:44:17 CDT
Bahadir Tonguc / Supramar wrote:
> My ISP has mx records for its own and also for my office server
> Office = mail.domain.com = static IP
> ISP = mail2.domain.com = ISP's IP
> So I dont run DNS server at the office but only smtp server.
> It seems we have done some wrong with spf records. Is below okay ?
> For mail.domain.com TXT record :
> "v=spf1 ip4:xx.xxx.xxx.x a:mail.domain.com -all"
Please do not hijack threads. when you ask a new question, do not reply
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If you want to set an SPF record for your domain, you need to know all
the IPs that may send your mail. If you relay via your ISP, you need to
know the list of IPs of the outgoing servers of your ISP. For that, you
need to ask your ISP.