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==On-premise CanIt==
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The SPF records are for outbound mail from your domain, so in an existing SPF record you need to
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replace your servers on that list with that of those of your CanIt server(s).
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==Hosted CanIt==
 
The SPF records are for outbound mail from your domain, so you need to  
 
The SPF records are for outbound mail from your domain, so you need to  
 
replace your servers on that list with ours.
 
replace your servers on that list with ours.
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     "v=spf1 include:spf.outbound.canit.ca ?all"
 
     "v=spf1 include:spf.outbound.canit.ca ?all"
 
To check your SPF setting use:
 
 
    host -t txt spf.outbound.canit.ca
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:35, 8 September 2017

On-premise CanIt

The SPF records are for outbound mail from your domain, so in an existing SPF record you need to replace your servers on that list with that of those of your CanIt server(s).

Hosted CanIt

The SPF records are for outbound mail from your domain, so you need to replace your servers on that list with ours.

The "Outbound scanning is enabled" message you got will have mentioned that:

If you wish to publish an SPF record for the outbound domain, it should include the text include:spf.outbound.canit.ca as in the example below:

    "v=spf1 include:spf.outbound.canit.ca ?all"