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How to Set Up SPF for Enom?

The SPF record identifies the designated mail server that may send mail on behalf of your domain. If you enable SPF on your domain, mail servers are required to check if it is listed in your SPF record. After verification, if your domain is in the record, the recipient's server will accept incoming mail from that server. 

Creating an SPF record for Enom

If Enom is your email provider the following SPF record is automatically entered into your host records:

v=spf1 mx ?all

If you want to add an SPF TXT record to your domain:

  • Go to the Host Records page
  • Once on the host record settings page follow the steps below to add a TXT record:
  • Click Add SPF record by choosing it from the drop-down list
  • Enter @ in the Host Name field. (This will create an SPF record for your root domain)
  • Enter the SPF Text String in the Value field: 

v=spf1 mx ?all

  • Click Save

The above is an example SPF record in a scenario wherein there is no existing record for a domain. If you have an existing SPF record, you simply need to update it to incorporate Enom’s include mechanism:

DO NOT publish more than one SPF TXT record for the same domain!

Finally, you can look up your record using our SPF record lookup tool, and enable DMARC for your domains: take a DMARC trial.

PowerDMARC is the author of this solution article.

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