SPF record available?
We found an SPF record for the domain.
Additional external SPF records
We could find other records authorized in the SPF record
The ptr mechanism is deprecated, slow and insecure and should therefore not be used
How should the checkHost() function of the e-mail server handle the e-mail? (syntax )
Will be forwarded to another SPF record?
There is no reference to any other SPF record
Are the server addresses allowed to send e-mails?
In the SPF entry the mechanism 'a' has not been set.
Additionally authorized A-records?
In addition to the A-Records stored in the DNS, we could not find any other records authorized in the SPF-Record.
Are the registered mail servers allowed to send e-mails?
In the SPF entry the mechanism 'mx' has not been set
Additionally authorized MX records
We could not find any other records authorized in the SPF record besides the MX records stored in the DNS
Additionally authorized IPv4 addresses
No explicit IPv4 addresses in the SPF record have been authorised to send
Additionally authorized IPv6 addresses
No explicit IPv6 addresses in the SPF record have been authorised to send
How is the sender informed?
The exp mechanism acts as a return to the sender if the IP address was not authorized to send and notify them. None was found.
PTR (obsolete mechanism)
The ptr mechanism is deprecated, slow and insecure and should not be used
Authorize IP addresses with markers
When SPF is evaluated, macros can specifically authorize Ip addresses based on the request or connection of the user or client (RFC7208 )
No unknown mechanisms were found in the SPF record.
With the SPF lookup you analyze the SPF record of a domain for errors, security risks and authorized IP addresses. Optionally, you can specify an IP address to check if it is authorized to send e-mail on behalf of the domain. The SPF lookup analyzes registered TXT records in real time. If you want to specify an SPF record manually, use the SPF Analyzer.
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Server IP Address
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