Can i set multiple spf, dkim records for the same domain?

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  • #843

    Dear Hasan,

    I am using my abc.com domain for my email marketing (using mailwizz application)

    for the above domain already i am using Amazon SES ( added spf and dkim of amazon and verified my domain in amazon ses).

    Now I want to add postal SMTP ( in postal its generating spf and dkim records to validate), can I add postal spf and dkim records to my main domain abc.com?

    if I will create SMTP from another domain(domain2.com) which is running in Webmin then how can I add spf and dkim to the first domain (abc.com) because I want to use SMTP of domain2.com to my main abc.com which is running mailwizz.

    And i didn’t find some amaon ses regions in mautic, how can i solvve this?

     

     

    #861

    Hi friend. in short, you can have multiple Dkim records yes.

    for SPF you combine them into one record

    #870

    Dear  Hasan,

    can you suggest me how can we combine both SPF records into one?

     

    Thanks

    #871

    Dear Hasan,

    I am using my main domain abc.com with mailwizz application.

     

    i had 2 domains domain2.com and domain3.com

    now i verified my both domain2.com and domain3.com in amazon ses ( i had 2 smtps for each for both domains)

    now i had postal.

    but my campaign is going to run via abc.com which installed mailwizz,

    so can you guide me spf and dkim were to change

    I hope you got what I am confusing.

     

    Thank you very much for helping most of us with wasting your time.

    even I am following you for since long time when you developed FB token generator.

     

    Thanks

    Satish

     

     

    #965

    hi friend, please send both SPF records to see how you can combine together

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