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Publishing Exchange Server public IP address in a hybrid Exchange setup?

It seems your issue has been solved in below link. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/answers/questions/943454/publishing-the-exchange-server-public-ip-address-i.html **RafaelDaRocha: In a hybrid ...
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DMARC record is valid, but your domain's None/Quarantine policy does not yet protect it against email spoofing and phishing

It is not an error, but a common step while working towards stronger methods of protecting against spoofing. The warning reminds you that your published record, while still useful to opt into ...
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How can I create and update the existing SPF record to allow more than 10 entries?

I'm going through almost exactly the same issue at my employer. We have 11 DNS entries, some brought in by recursion (thanks gmail!) The ip4 and ip6 entries do not contribute, only things that ...
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How can I create and update the existing SPF record to allow more than 10 entries?

This will break the SPF's check as a error will occur. To be specific, that error will come; SPF PermError: too many DNS lookups The mailflox will be affected as almost all servers/antispam check the ...
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DMARC reports - fail then pass, and "softfail"

The policy_evaluated section is referring to the alignment checks against the DMARC record. The results in this section communicate the results of the DMARC SPF and DKIM alignment checks, which are ...
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spf blocked- can't send emails to people who uses gmail

Google's error indicates your email was sent with the IP 74.208.4.194. A quick Whois indicates that's a 1&1 email server. _spf.perfora.net appears to include this IP in its range, so this record: ...
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SPF denying emails, and different IPs sender

IP address is not listed in the SPF record found in the DNS, which can be a reason why SPF authentication fails for your email. Open the email and check the email header. View internet message headers ...
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