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Create SPF Record to Authorize Reflexion Servers to Send Email
Posted by , Last modified by Max McElroy on 03 October 2019 10:20 AM


If you are using our outbound Smarthost ( we strongly recommend adding our SPF record on your domain, please use the record below as a starting point.

While all environments are different and you may require additional tokens, this record will authorize Reflexion to send on behalf of your domain:

v=spf1 mx -all

This will be placed in a TXT record on your DNS zone. 

If you already have an SPF record set up for your domain, you can simply add the statement “” to the end of the SPF record, before the “all” token.

For example; if your current SPF record is this: v=spf1 -all

You would update it so that it reads as follows: v=spf1 -all


The "~all" token indicates that any message not matching this SPF record should be "soft-failed" meaning that the recipient should record the error but not reject the incoming message. The tilde (~) can be changed to a dash (-) if you wish to inform recipients that invalid senders should be blocked.

For more information regarding SPF records please visit 


Any questions regarding implementation of the record should be directed to your ISP or DNS provider.  Reflexion does not have access to your DNS panel, and we will not perform these changes for you.


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