How to Enable SPF for Network Solutions (Netsol)?

The Sender Policy Framework (SPF) is an email authentication system that detects forged sender addresses while the email is being delivered. SPF, on the other hand, is confined to detecting a forged sender claim in the email’s envelope, which is used when it bounces.

You can add an SPF record for Network Solutions on your DNS console, or you can add an SPF record in Network Solutions itself.

To add/modify an SPF record for Netsol, follow these steps:

  • Login to your DNS console and go to your desired domain.
  • If you have an existing SPF record, simply add spf.netsolmail.net (used for non hosted email) or spf.registeredsite.com(used for hosted email) to your existing record.
  • If you don’t have an existing SPF record, add the following value to your DNS: 

v=spf1 include:spf.netsolmail.net -all

To add an SPF record in Netsol, follow these simple steps:

  • Log in to your Netsol account as an admin.
  • Click on Web Address and then click on Manage Domain Names.
  • Navigate to Advanced DNS Records and add a new SPF record with the values:

Name: @ or default

TTL: 3600 or default

Value: Generated SPF record(e.g. v=spf1 include:spf.google.com -all).

Now you can verify your SPF record using our free SPF validator tool.

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