Adding SPF records for MultiSafepay emails


Sender Policy Framework (SPF) records let you specify who is authorized to send emails on your domain’s behalf. Receiving email servers can check the SPF record to verify the sender. Using an SPF record prevents emails sent by MultiSafepay on your behalf from being marked as spam.

Adding an SPF record

  1. Through your hosting provider, domain registrar, or DNS provider, create a DNS TXT record that is named after your domain, e.g. example.com.

  2. Add either of the following entries to your TXT record containing v=spf1 and including at least one of the following:

    • ip4:213.189.0.0/23
    • ip4:185.99.128.0/22
    • include:spf.multisafepay.com

    Note: The total number of includes permitted is 10, including mx records (if listed).

    You have successfully created an SPF record.

Examples

Original TXT record

example.com.              180     IN      TXT     "v=spf1 mx ip4:188.18.131.146/32 ip4:177.50.28.21/32 ~all"

Modified TXT record example 1

example.com.              180     IN      TXT     "v=spf1 mx ip4:188.18.131.146/32 ip4:177.50.28.21/32 ip4:213.189.0.0/23 ip4:185.99.128.0/22 ~all"

Modified TXT record example 2

example.com.              180     IN      TXT     "v=spf1 mx ip4:188.18.131.146/32 ip4:177.50.28.21/32 include:spf.multisafepay.com ~all"

See also

Setting up DKIM email authentication

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