Forcepoint-Websense supports SPF email authentication protocol. In order to send DMARC compliant emails using Forcepoint, you need to verify your domain on your Forcepoint account and publish a DNS TXT record that includes Forcepoint. Follow the steps below:
SPF Setup for Forcepoint-Websense
Login to your DNS registrar’s control panel
Select My Account. From the menu and select Domains
Expand Domains and select Manage DNS for the domain you want to verify
In the DNS for your domain, navigate to the Records section and click on Add. Add your SPF record according to the specifications recommended below:
TXT record specifications:
Value: v=spf1 include:mailcontrol.com ~all
Note: Choose an SPF failure mode that works for you and modify your record accordingly.
~all results in a soft fail (not authorized, but not explicitly unauthorized); -all results in a hard fail (unauthorized); ?all is neutral (similar to no policy)
Click on Save and wait for 24 hours to allow your DNS to process these changes
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