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Topic # 113687 24-Jan-2013 13:08
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If you use Orcon email servers to send your email, ie use outlook and have your own domain email address ie. john@johnsplace.co.nz and have setup an SPF record on your domain to try and reduce SPAM and bouced email responses............


**********  BEWARE ***********



Orcon now have some additional servers configured with new IP addresses whcih may cause email bouce back or even make them disapear completly.

The correct entry is below after many phone calls and emails to various people asking for copies of log files.

v=spf1 ip4:219.88.242.40/27 ip4:60.234.4.69/32 ip4:60.234.4.74/31 ip4:60.234.4.76/32 -all

Have fun and enjoy the beer if your in Wellington this week/end at NZNOG

Regards

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  Reply # 750173 24-Jan-2013 13:17
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I will see if we can put this in our FAQ/Help system along with the IP addresses of our outbound mail servers.

Paul




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  Reply # 753309 30-Jan-2013 15:09
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really orcon should have a spf record that you can do an include on, so they can adjust the spf record as they make changes.

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  Reply # 753753 31-Jan-2013 11:22
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mercutio: really orcon should have a spf record that you can do an include on, so they can adjust the spf record as they make changes.


Good point.
We will do that.




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  Reply # 753777 31-Jan-2013 11:59
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ptinson:
mercutio: really orcon should have a spf record that you can do an include on, so they can adjust the spf record as they make changes.


Good point.
We will do that.


Done.

you may now use include:_spf.orcon.net.nz

Paul




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