SPF

To allow Forcepoint Security Cloud to send emails on your behalf, you will have to include Forcepoint in your SPF record. The include statement used by Forcepoint is the following:

include:mailcontrol.com

For more information, login to Forcepoint below. 

DKIM

Currently Forcepoint only supports 1024-bit keys. In order to DKIM sign your messages you will have to:

  1. Configure a DKIM signing key
  2. Create a DKIM signing rule
  3. Enable DKIM verification

For more information on how to configure DKIM signing for inbound or outbound messages please click on the button below.

DMARC

For optimal protection, after configuring SPF and DKIM, you can also enable DMARC validation on inbound, outbound or internal messages.

For more information on how to enable DMARC validation please click on the button below.


Create a free OnDMARC account to test your configuration.

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