SPF Record quick help needed

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Hi, I am having some issues sending email that I beleive are related to SPF record. Here is my setup. I am in the process of implementing an exchange server thus moving away from hosted email. I am using my exchange as a smtp server for most of the user (I have a lot of remote user that I have not converted yet). some recipient are rejecting emails and I am pretty sure it is due to SPF. My exchange as a FQDN of exchange.mycompany.com and we are sending with email email@mycompany.com. The MX records have not been changed. How can I set a SPF record on the exchange server so that SPF filters will not flag us a email spoofers? Thanks, Patrick

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You need to contact your ISP that controls your MX record. They have to add the SPF for your mail domain. Also see that you have a pointer for your e-mail server at your ISP.

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    If you're managing your own DNS, http://www.openspf.org/ has a tool to help you generate the correct syntax of that record
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