rob.macgregor at gmail
Jun 30, 2009, 7:32 AM
Post #2 of 3
On Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 08:56, <david.lw.wong [at] exxonmobil> wrote:
> Hi SPF Support Forum,
> I need some advice on SPF config on our DNS record. Our current SPF record
> on DNS
> I am getting error message when sending email from @exxonmobil.com to
> mailing domain @franki.be and received rejection error message pointing to
> SPF record error
> From URL above, it mentioned that one of the mailing sending address
> 212-166-45-84.win.be is not in the SPF record list.
> So, it have recommend that we should insert the address into the SPF list.
> But the problem is, we only have 4 outbound servers, which all already
> list in the SPF record
> We not sure where is the 212-166-45-84.win.be comes from. Checking on our
> relay log, it seems that mail.franki.be mailing server have ip address -
> 188.8.131.52 which similar to what it suggesting for us to put. But it
> just doesn't make any sense because the SPF list is for declaring our
> official sending mailing server which it should have sufficient for our
> SPF record for other to authenticate.
It could be the recipient is forwarding it - can you post the entire
rejection message, including headers?
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