Sender Policy Framework or SPF record is used with other email authentication methods to detect spoofing or other forgery methods targeting a sender's address. An SPF record falls under TXT records category especially when adding it to a domain.
A TXT record is a general purpose field that holds text data for a purpose. A SPF/TXT is a very specific record type used for email verification. A domain's owner implements SPF/TXT records to publish which mail exchanges, list of IP addresses, or subnets that send email on behalf of the domain.
SPF/TXT records including multiple lookup should not exceed 10 lookups!
v=spf1 a:example.com a:sub.example.net ~all
v=spf1 ip4:184.108.40.206 ip6:2a05:d018:e3:8c00:bb71:dea8:8b83:851e include:thirdpartydomain.com -all
v=spf1 a mx include:\_spf.google.com include:spf.protection.outlook.com include:u826348.wl.sendgrid.net ~all
You can find the SPF record for Lead Pilot to manager your domain by going to Profile, clicking on the drop down arrows for Settings. Scroll down and looking for Email, then click "Manage". The SPF record for Lead Pilot is the last field under "Verify CNAME" Records.
If you would like to include the SPF as a TXT record in your DNS host, GoDaddy, please see the instructions available here. For more information about SPF records as explained by SendGrid, see here.
Once you have added your SPF record to your DNS host, you can validate that the syntax of the SPF record by using the SPF checker located here.
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