How can I set up SPF for Forcepoint-Websense?
The SPF email authentication standard is supported by Forcepoint-Websense. You must verify your domain on your Forcepoint account in order to send DMARC-compliant emails using Forcepoint, and you must publish a DNS TXT record mentioning Forcepoint.
The steps are listed below:
Forcepoint-Websense SPF Setup
- Choose My Account in the management panel of your DNS registrar.
Choose Domains from the menu, then expand Domains and choose Manage DNS for the domain you want to check.
- Go to the Records section of your domain's DNS and click on Add.
Upload your SPF record in accordance with the guidelines below recommended:
Specifications for TXT records:
Value: v=spf1 include:mailcontrol.com ~all
Note: Modify your record accordingly and select an SPF failure option that works for you.
"all results in a soft fail" (not approved but not explicitly unauthorized); "all results in a hard fail" (unauthorized);?
There is no bias whatsoever (similar to no policy)
- To give your DNS time to process these changes, click Save and wait 24 hours.
Utilize our free SPF record lookup tool to confirm the accuracy of your SPF record.
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