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Important Records for Mail Domain Name

When you have a domain, for example yourdomain.com, you can create your email address at that domain name like yourname@yourdomain.com. Several domain name records which I consider to be important for mail domain are:

1. MX Record
Of course, it assigns a domain where the mail exchange server is located. For example:

NamePriorityTypeDatayourdomain.com10MXmx.yourdomain.com
2. SPF Record
SPF is a spam and phishing scam fighting method which uses DNS SPF-records to define which hosts are permitted to send e-mails for a domain. See http://www.openspf.org. For example:

NameTypeDatayourdomain.comTXT"v=spf1 mx mx:yourdomain.com -all"
This configuration means emails sent from all servers defined in MX record of yourdomain.com are permitted by sender organization

3. DKIM Record
DKIM allows an organization to take responsibility for a message in a way that can be verified by a recipient. DKIM defines a domain-level digital signature authentication framework for email through the use of pu…