Spammers often try to use false domain names in the sender’s e-mail address, and to prevent this happen, a technology called SPF can used. By utilizing SPF you can reduce the risk of abuse of your domain name.
SPF is also important if you send your own e-mail newsletters, because correct SPF settings will increase the deliverability of your e-mail newsletters and reduce the risk that your e-mails are rejected or put in the spam folders. The recipients’ servers will trust your domain name more if they find correct SPF settings for the domain.
We have published an article on our web site that explains more what SPF is, how it works and how you can use it to protect your domain names from abuse. The article also explains more in detail why it improves the deliverability of legitime e-mails.
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