Email Spoofing
Posted by on 01 July 2014 10:49 AM
Email Spoofing

Email spoofing is when a spammer sends an email with a forged sender address to mislead the recipient regarding the source of the message. This is common technique used with spam and phishing emails.

By adding SPF (Sender Policy Framework) records to your existing DNS information, this will ensure that any spoofed email will be detected, as all incoming emails will have the sender information validated.

 

Below are the SPF records, please use the one relevant to your platform.

 

SPF Records

 

US1

"v=spf1 a:dispatch-us.ppe-hosted.com ~all"

 

EU1

"v=spf1 a:dispatch-us.ppe-hosted.com ~all"

 

 Console 

"v=spf1 a:dispatch.maildistiller.com ~all"

 


ERROR: This domain name does not match domain registered in the license key file (cms.orlinpilot.com), allowed domains: support.excelmicro.com, please change the product path to match the domain under Admin CP > Settings > General Settings
This product will not work properly unless untill that value is changed.

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