If you've made changes to your domain settings and want to verify if they've propagated, follow the steps in this guide.
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If emails are not sending or receiving, check internet connection, if IP is blocked on server firewall, reconfig email settings in Outlook, and more.
In this article, we take a look at what a domain is, why you need one, where to buy a domain and how to see its availability.
With increased email security and new spam filters, these mails are sent directly to spam and may automatically be deleted after some time.
A DMARC record ensures that there is a match between the "From:" address that a user sees, and the DKIM key's domain or the SPF of the verified sender.
The Sender Policy Framework (SPF) is an email authentication technique used to prevent spammers from forging or sending emails on behalf of your domain.
Even in the wake of digitization and the explosion of new technology, such as social media, emails continue to be the centrepiece of digital communications in businesses.
What is a DNS (Domain Name System)? In simpler terms, it's like the internet's address book.
Effects of an unplanned or badly done DNS change can range from your website being unreachable to a total disruption of all email.