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How to Properly make an SPF entry with multiple domains

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Hello,
   I need to combine the following SPF entries:

v=spf1 include:fe-e6c5-5x.coredial.com ~all

v=spf1 include:outlook.com ~all

v=spf1 include:st-1-d.coredial.com ~all

What is the best way to do this?
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Question by:JesusFreak42
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Yes, but I am looking for the syntax for combining the above into one record.
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Simply:

v=spf1 include:outlook.com include:fe-e6c5-5x.coredial.com include:st-1-d.coredial.com ~all

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by:Marcus Bointon
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I should have checked before posting - the two coredial domains do not publish any SPF records, so they are currently doing nothing and you're only authorizing outlook. Looking at their domain, they do have an SPF for their whole domain and it includes _spf.coredial.com which looks like a likely candidate for you to use. I would check with their support which SPF you should use.
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