Avoiding You Email being Treated as Spam
Modified on: Mon, May 30, 2016 at 9:33 AM
In order that you email is not treated as span you need to have your email provider (the compnay that handles your email) make an entry in your SPF configuration file so the email is recognized as not being span. Below are links that you need to share with your email provider so they can properly configure you email service
SPF Quick Guide
What is SPF record and how to configure it.
Sender Policy Framework (SPF) is a domain-based sender authentication that uses DNS records to check the policy of a sender’s domain. SMTP.com will provide a text string (the SFP record for your account) that you paste into the .TXT file of the DNS for any domains that appear in the From field of your messages. We will confirm, on request, that the change to the DNS was correctly made.
Another way to configure your SPF is to use DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM). DKIM is a method for associating a domain name with an email message, thereby allowing a person, role, or organization to claim some responsibility for the message. The association is set up by means of a digital signature, which can be validated by recipients. For more information about SPF and DKIM, or how to add both records to your domain DNS, please check out our SPF adding Guides.
Email service that do not Support SPF record
The following email services do not support SPF records at last review. We recommend you switch to Gmail as your email priovder
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