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It would definitely create a problem if you were to point your MX records at CNAME records since it is against the standards. The clearest explanation is provided by RFC2181 §10.3: 10.3. MX and NS records The domain name used as the value of a NS resource record, or part of the value of a MX resource record must not be an alias. Not only is ...
The first MX means that the IP addresses in the MX record(s) for the domain you're actually attaching the SPF record to should be accepted as valid. The second one means that IP addresses in the MX record(s) for the domain mail.mydomain.com should be accepted as valid. If this SPF record is for the domain mail.mydomain.com, then the second one is redundant. ...
You are mixing up quite a lot of things here. The current email provider for the company only allows a single Office365 exchange account per subscription This is not how Office 365 licensing works. There are two options: 1. You subscribe to your licenses directly at Microsoft or office365.com. 2. You buy license subscriptions from Microsoft partners, ...
Not with an MX record, no. It's strictly inclusive. That sort of thing is typically done with an spf record. That DNS record is where you list what is allowed and not allowed to send mail.
First of all: Make sure, that "intra.contoso.com" is not in the Global Domain document of the domino server, otherwise it will be very hard to make the domino server send these mails out. Then create a Foreign SMTP- document for intra.contoso.com. Fill in like this: Internet Domain: intra.consoso.com Domain name: ExchangeDomain (Dummy Name, has to be ...
Q: Is it possible to exclude certain addresses or wild card addresses using an MX record? A: No.
What McAfee told you is definitely the recommended approach here. Spammers intentionally try direct connections for the exact reason you pointed out - they're trying to bypass perimeter defenses. The specifics depend on your environment, preferences, and details from McAfee. Here are some links to get you started: ...
RFC2181 section 10.3 says you can't point your MX record to a CNAME: The domain name used as the value ... of a MX resource record must not be an alias.
My question is: Is there any added benefit of sending automated email from an email address with a subdomain? I don't think there are many technical reasons why a subdomain is required or necessarily better for deliverability of emails. That being said, having/using subdomains can sometimes make things easier for large organizations because: As ...
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