Enabling SPF & DKIM on cPanel for Sender Policy Framework Email Authentication

To enable SPF on your cPanel hosting enter the Email Authentication section. If you click enable on the SPF button this sets up a basic SPF record that will work for mail sent from your hosting account that is set in the MX record for your domain. The same process can be used for setting up DKIM as shown below:

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Using advanced settings allows you to specify further hosts that your SPF record authorises to send mail from, this adds these hosts to the DNS zone file.

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