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    Setting Up A Sender Policy Framework

    Hi everyone and thank you for your time.

    I am finding that the company I work for, after sending out email blasts to our accepted customer list we are considered spam strongly by two main ISPs - namely Verizon and Comcast.

    With respect to Verizon I am given the opportunity to visit to fill out their form and hopefully be added to their 'whitelist'.

    At the bottom of the form it asks whether we have SPF records.

    From what I have gathered during my research, having a Sender Policy Framework record is essential these days to successful email marketing campaigns.

    Question: Does anyone know of the right way to create or implement an SPF? and does anyone have any better/other ideas on how to make sure we don't get blacklisted anymore?

    I have found the site that deals with this but it is quite difficult for me to grasp how this should be done.

    Thank you.

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    Hi again.

    Now I have found the page where you can use a The SPF Setup Wizard to create your own Sender Policy Framework record but the information I need to provide is quite foreign to me.

    The page is:

    If anyone can shed some light on what type of information each field is looking for that would be great.


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