A good way to prevent your emails from being flagged as spam is to add SPF records to your domain. This will also help reduce attempts by spammers to spoof your domain. So if you use Office 365, take a quick look at how to secure your domain.
How do I add SPF records to my domain?
SPF stands for Sender Policy Framework. This framework is used by Office 365 to filter incoming messages. When you add SPF records to your domain, you confirm that Microsoft can send messages on your behalf. This also helps prevent false positive spam detection issues.
So how do you do this? It’s easy. Just add this statement to your domain(s) SPF records: include:spfrerouting.xink.io.
In case you want more information on this, please head over to our Help Center. This technical article will show in more detail how to add SPF records to your domain.
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This article is part of a series of IT PRO mini articles written by Xink’s tech experts. You can find much more technical information about Office 365 deployment in our Help Center.
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