Is this spf syntaxis correct? v=spf1 a-all sr1254670921

Is this spf syntaxis correct?       v=spf1 a-all sr1254670921

How can I post      sr1254670921   just as txt record
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francisco SotoAsked:
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Marcus BointonCommented:
Good links from Carol, but the short answer is no, that is not a valid SPF record. A very basic record based on it would be:

v=spf1 a -all

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Exactly how you post it in your DNS depends on how you run your DNS, whether it has a web admin interface, etc.
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Carol ChisholmCommented:
Agreed, a little reading is needed to understand, And the DNS posting does depend on how and where your DNS is managed.
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francisco SotoAuthor Commented:
Thank you for the solution.  I was able to create finally the txt record!
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