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SPF record cPanel

This article will guide you on how to enable SPF record in #cPanel to reduce the chances of spoofing and thus saves the confidential information from being corrupted.

An #SPF (Sender Policy Framework) record is a type of TXT record in your #DNS zone file.

SPF allows email senders to define which #IP addresses are allowed to send mail for a particular domain.

To enable SPF record in cPanel:

1. Go to Add a record (or edit your #record if you already have one).

2. Name: enter the name of your #domain or subdomain used in your sender e-mail address.

3. TTL: enter 14400.

4. Type: select #TXT.

5. TXT Data: Enter your SPF record (e.g. v=spf1 a mx ~all)

6. Save your modifications.

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ISPConfig DKIM to verify mail server

This article will guide you on how to enable #DKIM on ISPConfig control panel. DKIM is an authentication standard for a domain name that sends an email, for use against spam and phishing. 

It's possible to have more than one DKIM key published in your #DNS records. So, the DKIM selector is important for ensuring that your emails can be properly authenticated. The <selector> field specifies which DKIM key you're using, and the <header domain> field is filled with your domain name.

To generate DKIM Record in #ISPConfig:

1. Login to ISPConfig.

2. Click on Email.

3. Inside Email Accounts >> Select Domain and click on Mail Domain name.

4. Click on #DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM).

5. Tick Enable DKIM and Click on Generate DKIM Private-key Button.

6. Copy #DNS Record and add it to your DNS with its DKIM Selector.

7. Click on Save Button.

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Process to Configure DKIM on Exchange Server 2010 2013

This article will guide you on the steps to #Configure #DKIM on #Exchange #Server 2013. DKIM is an #email security standard to make sure messages aren’t altered in transit between the sending and recipient servers. 

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