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Topic: Email Store/Forward do I need SPF, DKIM and DMARC Command?

Post Email Store/Forward do I need SPF, DKIM and DMARC Command?
by rvwing on Monday, May 7, 2018

I setup Email Store/Forward trough Dynu, working fine. I know that Dynu check my mail for spam end virus etc... BUT I still have by my dDNS provider the SPF, DKIM , DMARC command in place as follow..

SPF > v=spf1 +a +mx -all
DKIM > v=DKIM1 k=rsa p=MIGfMA0G......
DMARC > v=DMARC1 p=none.....

QST, DO I need this commands or can I delete this?

Thkxs Rob

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Post Re: Email Store/Forward do I need SPF, DKIM and DMARC Command?
by jdidi on Tuesday, May 15, 2018

SPF. DKIM and DMARC are used to validate outbound emails and you should leave it as it is. Email store/forward service takes care of your inbound emails by receiving them and forwarding them to your mail server on a non-conventional port.

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Post Re: Re: Email Store/Forward do I need SPF, DKIM and DMARC Command?
by rvwing on Tuesday, May 15, 2018

jdidi wrote:SPF. DKIM and DMARC are used to validate outbound emails and you should leave it as it is. Email store/forward service takes care of your inbound emails by receiving them and forwarding them to your mail server on a non-conventional port.
Thanks for your reply, I keep it in place.

>Email store/forward service takes care of your inbound emails by receiving them and forwarding them to your mail server on a non-conventional port.

I using port 25 and is working, should I change from 25 to example port 26.

Thanks Rob74.

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Post Re: Re: Re: Email Store/Forward do I need SPF, DKIM and DMARC Command?
by jdidi on Thursday, June 28, 2018

rvwing wrote:
jdidi wrote:SPF. DKIM and DMARC are used to validate outbound emails and you should leave it as it is. Email store/forward service takes care of your inbound emails by receiving them and forwarding them to your mail server on a non-conventional port.
Thanks for your reply, I keep it in place.

>Email store/forward service takes care of your inbound emails by receiving them and forwarding them to your mail server on a non-conventional port.

I using port 25 and is working, should I change from 25 to example port 26.

Thanks Rob74.
Port 25 is just fine if it works. No need to change it to port 26.

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