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Message 41 of 46

Re: SPF

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This thread goes back to April, but as licquorice has already said, SPF (Sender Policy Framework) is a type of DNS record. You cannot alter it, it has to be entered in the DNS record by your service provider.

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Message 42 of 46

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Yes I understand that.  Hence my comment about it.  The spf record was entered by 123 into the dns and I can see it on my domain management page.   
Yet sending to gmail still fails.  
anyone know what else it could causing the spf rejection.  Did 123 enter the wrong SPF record? 
I can send to all other email addresses except any gmail email.  

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Message 43 of 46

Re: SPF

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I take it the mail exchange server address (the mx) is correct for your mail server?

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Message 44 of 46

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I followed the instructions here and entered an SPF. However a small proportion of my emails to gmail eddresses still fail. I think the fault is with gmail, ie insoluble. 

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Message 45 of 46

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I’ve no idea what the mx is     
the record 123-reg put in my DNS  is 

v=spf1 include:secureserver.net -all

I am assuming they know what they are doing. 
they tell me this fixes Gmail bounce backs.  
but ??? 

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Message 46 of 46

Re: SPF

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See message 4, add those details to your record

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