hi I currently have a win 2003 domain local network and have exchange 2003 locally also.
note: I will eventually be upgrading to win 2008 but as I am more familiar with the above this is why I just wish to get this last task done.
I have in the passed configured my local exchange 2003 server and have sent an email outbound via my xp office 2003/outlook successfully and received a response back
to my xp outlook 2003 account successfully....this was done by adding dns records in my 123regdns, but after 1 or 2 emails the emails got caught in the (rbl) list... but in order to test as I wanted just to send 1 or 2 email outbound/inbound this was fine..! I was told that if it get caught in the RBL list I should leave it 24 - 48 hrs, before I attempt to send 1 or 2 more emails and that way it gives me peace of mind my configurations are correct while training. this was a couple of years ago..
I have now returned and wishing to repeat the same process and now advised that I should do exactly what I did before, but within my 123regdns I should also complete the wizard for spf records but I am not sure what I should add in there and was hoping someone may have that specific practical knowledge to advise as if I make a mistake, it will get caught in the RBL list and I will have to wait at least 24 - 48 hrs to then try and send 1 or 2 emails only so I wish to get at least my 123regdns/spf records exactly right:
I have attached a screen shot of the wizard