As an expert web developer, I am here to provide a detailed guide on how to add an SPF record in GoDaddy. An SPF record is a TXT record published in the DNS on your domain, starting with v=spf1. It’s used to perform SPF checks on the receiving email to help ensure that the email is from the domain it claims to be sent from. With this guide, you’ll be able to add an SPF record in GoDaddy in no time.

What is an SPF record?

An SPF (Sender Policy Framework) record is a type of Domain Name Service (DNS) record that identifies which mail servers are permitted to send email on behalf of your domain. It enables the receiving mail server to check that incoming mail from a domain comes from an authorized server. By adding an SPF record to your domain’s DNS, you can help protect your domain from being used in email spoofing, phishing, and other abuses.

How to add SPF record GoDaddy?

You can add an SPF record for your GoDaddy domain following these steps:

  • Log into GoDaddy DNS Management – Log in to GoDaddy’s Domain Control Center. Choose the respective domain to access its domain’s settings page. Go to Additional settings and select Manage DNS.
  • Create a SPF record – Scroll down to TXT (Text) section. Create a new TXT record by clicking the Quick add button. Set the Host field to the name of your domain.
  • Add a TXT record for SPF – To get started, go to your domains page at GoDaddy by using this link. Under Domains, click the domain name you want to work with.
  • Configure MX, SPF, and DKIM records – Select Add from the top right of your existing DNS records. Select TXT from the Type drop-down list. Specify the details as per the instructions of your email service provider.

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What is the process for including SPF records?

Gather all IP addresses associated with sending mail from your domain.
List all the domains you use for sending out emails.
Create an SPF record.
Make the SPF record visible in the DNS.
Conduct tests to make sure it is working correctly.

What is the process for including an SPF record on my domain name?

Log into the control panel for your domain host, and look for the page that allows you to modify DNS TXT records for your domain. Refer to the help section of your domain provider if you need assistance in finding this page. You should enter the subdomain, instead of “@” when you are adding an SPF record for a subdomain.

Does GoDaddy provide support for SPF records?

Find the DNS Zone Editor
option and click on the Add Record option. Select the TXT option and enter the
SPF record in the text field. Click on the Save button and the record will be

A SPF record generator can be used to craft an SPF record in accordance with the standard SPF record syntax. To publish this SPF record in GoDaddy, one must first log in to the Domain Control Center, select the desired domain, and access its domain settings page. Next, find the DNS Zone Editor option and click on the Add Record option. Select the TXT option and enter the SPF record into the text field. Finally, click on the Save button to publish the record.

What SPF information does GoDaddy have listed for me?

A Sender Policy Framework (SPF) record is a type of text record located in the Domain Name System (DNS) zone file. This record helps to identify which mail servers are authorized to send emails from your domain, thus helping to detect and prevent email spoofing. To add an SPF record to your GoDaddy Domain Portfolio, simply log in.