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For some reason, everytime I'm in SPF 2010 and opening a document in Word, I have to log in again. Is there some way to configure an SPF 2010 intranet so that we only log in once and that's it? Thank you!
How can I enable SPF on Exchange 2003 and what do I need to do to make sure my users emails are not accidentally blocked. How does SPF actually work? Are there documentation on it?
After a lot of talking, system admins have entered SPF records to our domain. I have not yet been able to test this with domains that previously didn't receive our e-mails, as I do not want to keep bugging our customers, but I see the following: - mail sent from our domain to e.g. my personal gmail...