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DNS: SPF Records Deprecated in 2014, TXT records taking it's place, not sure how to set it up

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SPF records were deprecated in 2014 and TXT records are taken their place to show authorized E-mail servers for a domain. If you run your email domain against both www.kitterman.com and mxtoolbox.com, both will show errors if your domain uses SPF records in DNS.
I cannot find anything about the syntax for the TXT records they are looking for either Amazons Route 53 and other generic DNS servers.
Can you help?
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here is the SPF syntax
format is the same; difference is you are using a TXT type of DNS record instead of SPF

SPF Record Syntax
http://www.openspf.org/SPF_Record_Syntax
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Hello Seth, If I understand you right the syntax would be   v=TXT ip4:69.84.1.1/27
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"v=spf1 ip4:69.84.1.1/27"
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