SPF Configurations

Jeffrey Negro jnegro at billtrust.com
Fri Dec 4 10:45:12 CST 2009

Thanks for your input on this.  My main concern is mail filters at the
end users side thinking that our mail servers are spoofing our
customer's domain.  I'll check into MAAWG as well

Jeffrey Negro, Network Engineer
Billtrust - Improving Your Billing, Improving Your Business
609.235.1010 x137
jnegro at billtrust.com

-----Original Message-----
From: Joe St Sauver [mailto:joe at oregon.uoregon.edu] 
Sent: Friday, December 04, 2009 11:25 AM
To: Jeffrey Negro
Subject: Re: SPF Configurations

#Some customers insist on
#making the FROM address use their domain name, but the emails leave our
#mail servers on our domain.  

Then your IPs or outbound mail servers should be listed on the
SPF record... assuming they also send their own mail, they obviously
want to list their own mail servers.

#SPF seems to be the way we could possibly avoid more spam filters, 

SPF only provides a way of avoiding spoofing, it does not necessarily
enhance your IP reputation or your domain reputation

#and delivery rate is very important to our company.

Are you involved with MAAWG? (see www.maawg.org)



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