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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 2018年5月7日

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 2018年5月15日

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 2018年5月15日

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 2018年6月28日

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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