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How to enable SPF for my domain?

SPF stands for Sender Policy Framework. It is a TXT DNS record, which ensures mail servers will accept emails sent from your domain only if they are sent from a list of trusted servers you set up. This is important in fighting spam and email forgery.

By default SPF is enabled and added to your domain’s DNZ zone with us. To manage the SPF record of your domain name, go to your Site Tools > Email > Authentication. After you modify the SPF record, allow it up to 72 hours for the DNS changes to apply globally and for the SPF to take effect.

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