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   * **''​A record''​**,​ to point your system’s FQDN (hostname) to your mail server IPv4 address.   * **''​A record''​**,​ to point your system’s FQDN (hostname) to your mail server IPv4 address.
 <​code>​rpi.tiger-park.com ​   3600 IN A    118.179.43.233</​code>​ <​code>​rpi.tiger-park.com ​   3600 IN A    118.179.43.233</​code>​
-  * **''​MX record''​**,​ to specify which mail server is responsible for accepting email messages on behalf of a recipient’s domain. In our case we want all emails sent to ''​@tiger-park.com''​ email addresses to be accepted by the ''​rpi.linuxize.com''​ mail server.+  * **''​MX record''​**,​ to specify which mail server is responsible for accepting email messages on behalf of a recipient’s domain. In our case we want all emails sent to ''​@tiger-park.com''​ email addresses to be accepted by the ''​rpi.tiger-park.com''​ mail server.
 <​code>​tiger-park.com ​   3600 IN MX  0  rpi.tiger-park.com</​code>​ <​code>​tiger-park.com ​   3600 IN MX  0  rpi.tiger-park.com</​code>​
   * **''​SPF record''​**,​ which is used to verify which mail servers are approved to send email on behalf of a given domain. In the example below we are approving the domain mail servers (''​mx''​) and if the SPF check fails, the result will be a soft failure (''​~all''​):​   * **''​SPF record''​**,​ which is used to verify which mail servers are approved to send email on behalf of a given domain. In the example below we are approving the domain mail servers (''​mx''​) and if the SPF check fails, the result will be a soft failure (''​~all''​):​
mail_server.txt · Last modified: 2019/01/27 14:13 by pi