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SPF: How do I properly add multiple spf records?

Posted on 2009-04-09
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I'm using Softlayer to manage the DNS records for my domains. I am trying to add an spf record for Campaigner (newsletter service). All of their emails are sent from cmpgnr.com .

Here's what I've got so far trying to figure out the wizard on http://old.openspf.org/index.html:
v=spf1 a mx include:cmpgnr.com ?all

my mx records are
mx.emailarray.com
and
mx2.emailarray.com
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Question by:level9wizard
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Add this "v=spf1 a mx include:cmpgnr.com ?all" as a TXT record for the domain.
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You can add following line to your DNS Record,

Record Type : TXT
Name : yourdomainname.com
Value : v=spf1 mx include:cmpgnr.com -all

Thats All............
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