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SPF record for Single Server, Single Static IP address and Single Domain

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We have an SBS 2003 server and use exchange for sending and receiving email. We have a single domain ourdomain.co.uk and a single static IP Address 81.149.xxx.xxx

I have used the wizzard at openspf.org to create an SPF record created based on the following:-

We send out email only from our SBS 2003 box not from any other IP Address, Server or location. We have a sigle MX record.

Our Domain is hosted by easyspace. I need to tell them the exact text to be entered for the SPF record. What would the SPF record be or what addtion information is needed to create it?



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by:endital1097
ID: 33716446
you should only need
"v=spf1 mx ?all"
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by:Chrissycan
ID: 33716472
Silly question but Do I need the quotation marks?
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by:endital1097
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by:Chrissycan
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Thanks...I'll give that a go and post back...
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by:Chrissycan
ID: 33720003
Can I check that it was a question mark before the all part of the statement and not a minus symbol?
What is the difference...many of the records have a minus symbol?

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v=spf1 mx ~all
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by:Chrissycan
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so I should replace  "v=spf1 mx ?all"  
with
"v=spf1 mx ~all"
Correct?
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by:endital1097
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yes, i don't know where the ? came from
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by:Chrissycan
ID: 33720287
Thanks...I'll try that tomorrow and post back...
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by:Chrissycan
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2 weeks later and with that spf record set up - no problems. Thanks for your help.
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