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Dns filezone setup with mx and spf

I am trying to create a mail server. I bought the domain mastermails.info on godaddy.com. I am struggling with the setup of DNS. Whenever I change something in the MX record to make my server ...
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rDNS setup to prevent emails appearing as spam / phishing messages

We are trying to send email without the email appearing in the spam folder. The emails that we are sending is solicited bulk email. The main problem is that the emails are appearing as phishing ...
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Hotmail wants me to modify my SPF record

This is my current SPF record. It works well with gmail and yahoo but hotmail was ignoring. So i used their submit system and now they replied me with the text below. This is my current spf v=spf1 a ...
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2answers
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hotmail blacklist and rDNS questions

My company has recently purchased a VPS for email and webhosting. I am not an expert on email authentication but here is my story. After the VPS was purchased we started receiving bouncebacks with ...
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SMTP host name vs. domain in “From:” address vis-a-vis Email Deliverability

I'm trying to implement (or make sure that I'm correctly following) email sending best practices to improve deliverability, but the role of the smtp server's host name vs the domain name of the From: ...
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3answers
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550 Requested action not taken: mailbox unavailable

I setup a small box with Server 2003 64bit to be used as a webserver and email server for a small school. Real simple stuff for a few users. A simple website and a handful of emails. rDNS and spf ...
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1answer
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Failed reverse DNS and SPF only when using Thunderbird!

I have a reverse DNS and SPF records correctly setup for my mail server. Sending webmail from it works perfect. The problem is when Thunderbird sends out emails, it is using the client's IP address ...
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Will adding a second SPF record mess up my DNS?

Will adding a second SPF record mess up my DNS, or will it be like adding an extra nameserver? (i.e. it only helps, not hurts)