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SPF record help
Common scenario; email sent from our server to Yahoo does not arrive. It is so bad that we have a 23% order completion rate for Yahoo users. To compare, Gmail is 83%.
We send emails to confirm registration, and also to remind users to complete their invoices.
Our setup is like so:
User registers at registration.domain.com, a different server to domain.com.
Upon registering an email is sent to the user using the registration.domain.com web server but with a from address of [email protected]
Our [email protected] email address is hooked up to Google Apps as this is who we use to manage our inbox.
Could someone please explain to me how to construct our SPF records? I am slightly confused as we have a mail server, a different reply to domain and MX records with Google ..
Edit: Actually upon further inspection Yahoo is accepting our emails. I still do not understand though why our order completion rate for @yahoo users is so damn low.
I would still like an example as it should be setup anyway.
that site should help you.
Life's what you make it.
Please note - yahoo checks DOMAINKEYS , rather than spf.
Domainkey records have a higher value according to them.
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