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Important Records for Mail Domain Name

When you have a domain, for example, , you can create your email address at that domain name like . 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: Name Priority Type Data 10 MX 2. SPF Record SPF is a spam and phishing scam fighting method that uses DNS SPF records to define which hosts are permitted to send e-mails for a domain. See . For example: Name Type Data TXT "v=spf1 mx -all" This configuration means emails sent from all servers defined in the MX record of are permitted by the sender organization 3. DKIM Record DKIM allows an organization to take responsibility for a message in a way t