Setting up SPF (Sender Policy Framework) is essential to improve email deliverability and prevent email spoofing for your domain.
Here’s a simple step-by-step guide to help you set up SPF:
Log in to your domain registrar’s or DNS hosting provider’s control panel. This is where you’ll make changes to your DNS records.
In your cpanel search for DNS Settings to Add ot Edit SPF Record
Enter these values on the page or form for your domain provider’s TXT records:
|Field name||Value to enter|
Note: If you’re adding a SPF record for a subdomain, enter the subdomain instead of @.
If you only send email from Google Workspace, enter this SPF record:
|TTL||1 hour or 3600 seconds|
DNS changes, including SPF records, may take some time to propagate across the internet. It can take a few hours to 48 hours for changes to take full effect. During this time, email servers will gradually recognize and enforce your SPF policy.
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