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How to Update TXT and SPF Records - DNS Management

Sender Policy Framework and the related TXT files are used to verify domain ownership and implement email security measures to reduce spam and domain spoofing. It is a DNS record that provides text information to sources outside the domain that can be used for several purposes. The record's value can be either human- or machine-readable text. 

Sample SPF record: v=spf1 mx include:_spf.google.com ip4:65.254.224.19 -all
 
v=spf1 mx include ip4:66.96.128.0 -all
Sets the SPF version being used. Allows the domain’s MX details to send email. Includes Google mail servers as authorized servers. This IP address will pass. Any other IP address will fail.

Update TXT/SPF Records

  1. Login to your Domains Dashboard.
    Login to your Domains Dashboard
  2. In Card View, click Manage on the domain where you're updating the SPF record.
    Card View, click Manage
  3. In List View, click the cog icon.
    List view, click the cog icon
  4. Click on DNS & Nameservers in the left-hand menu.
    Click DNS & Nameservers
  5. On the DNS & Nameservers page, select the DNS Records tab. 
    Click DNS Record Tab
  6. Add a new TXT Record by clicking the blue + button.
    Add DNS Record
  7. Or, scroll to the bottom for TXT records and click on the 3 dots.
    Edit TXT record
  8. Make your revisions and Click on Update DNS.
    Update DNS Button

Note that DNS record changes may take 24-48 hours to take effect.
 
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