Reflexion Quick Start Configuration Guide
Posted by Robert Mitchell, Last modified by Robert Mitchell on 17 May 2018 12:31 PM
The Reflexion Quick Start Configuration Guide (attached below) features setup tips for the Reflexion Total Control (RTC), Archiving (RADAR and RADAR Lite), and Encryption (RTCEncrypt) services.
The guide is also available as a 7.5-minute video:
Basic Configuration Settings
MX Record Values
asp.reflexion.net [Preference = 0]
Outbound Smart Host
Please modify your SMTP server to route all outbound mail through the following smart host:
Exchange Access Restriction Procedure
This will lock your server down to only accept SMTP connections from Reflexion IPs. Enforcing IP restrictions is absolutely critical to complete protection of your mail server. Because hackers and spammers can bypass cloud services and target your server directly, mail servers protected by Reflexion should only accept SMTP connections from Reflexion IPs listed below and deny all other traffic:
Office 365 Access Restriction Procedure
For Office 365, you will need to use the following IPs:
Subnets for LDAP on Ports 369 and 636
Although not essential, it can help make email delivery more reliable if you create an SPF record for your domain name. This DNS record is to comply with the Sender Policy Framework (SPF) anti-spam initiative. It identifies Reflexion servers as being approved for sending email from your domain.
It's a TXT record, which not all DNS servers or ISP control panels can handle. But if yours can, this is the record to add:
v=spf1 mx include:reflexion.net ~all
This is how it should appear in your DNS zone file.
Subdomains to use for optional encryption product