Separate names with a comma.
%domain%. IN TXT "v=spf1 a mx ip4:xx.xx.xx.xx include:adomain.com include:bdomain.com +all"
Will do the trick
My sentiments exactly... I came on this forum looking for a solution to something completely different, whilst simultaneously tearing my hair out...
Of course, Hotmail is not complying with the SPF framework... they are rejecting outright mail from domains that do not have an SPF record
How about using "Email Domain Forwarding"?
This, of course, is contrary to the SPF spec... if a user decides to all +all then so be it.
Personally, we have ?all as the default
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The value of %ttl% seems to be defined as 14400 - is there any way of changing this value?
Ummm... my problem is down to the INBOX being created with 644 privileges, rather than 660
Don't know why... but "chmod 660 inbox" fixes it :)
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