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Setting up SPF/Domainkeys No Email Authorization in CPanel

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by deu12000, Feb 3, 2009.

  1. deu12000

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    I've been reading the posts about setting up SPF and domainkeys, and all of them are saying to go into CPanel, click on Email Authentication...the thing is I don't see an Email Authentication option in my CPanel. I updated my WHM/CPanel a couple of days ago and just updated Exim. I don't see it. How do I enable this or get this to show up?

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    Your picture shows your theme as being cPanel10. You'll probably need to move to the X3 theme. This can be changed from your WHM. Find the "X Skin Migration Wizard" and change the theme there.
     
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    It worked. Thank you very much.
     
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