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How to creat an spf record for in house Exchange server

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I like to know how to create an spf record for our Exchange server. I found a wizard by Microsoft on the web, but it has been saying that its undergoing maintenance for the past few days.  We have Godaddy, and I know how to user their DNS , but have never created a spf record before. Thank you,
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Try using this site:

http://www.spfwizard.net/

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You can let Godaddy add it for you in the DNS zone or use a wizard as It_sage sugested and add it to there DNS zone.

access the DNS manager:
http://www.mail-tester.com/spf/godaddy#access-dns-manager

create the SPF record
http://www.mail-tester.com/spf/godaddy#create-spf-record
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