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Should SPF be implemented in both sender and receiver in order to avoid spoofing?
Should SPF be implemented in both sender and receiver in order to avoid spoofing?

SPF must be implemented on the sender's side and the recipient must be doing SPF validation on emails coming into their network.

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Written by Ivan Kovachev
Updated over a week ago

The sender must have an SPF record specifying all the sending services that they use. The receiver does not need to have an SPF record as such in order for it work. The receiver must be doing SPF validation on the emails coming in so that they can check if the email coming from you is authorized or not.

You can see this article, where I have explained all you need to know about SPF, DKIM and DMARC.All you need to know about SPF, DKIM and DMARC

OnDMARC can help you with implementing SPF, DKIM and DMARC. DMARC - OnDMARC - Actively block phishing

You can also see the below article for more information on why SPF alone is not enough. 

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