Genuine Spoofing

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We have company who sends emails out on our behalf to our clients, however many of these emails are going to junk folders because of spoofing.

I doubt they are going to change the way they do it any time soon.

How can I make the emails they are sending on behalf of our domain compliant?

They might add records if I email and ask them politely or if I pay for a 3rd party service. What’s the easy way around the issue with out asking too much of them.

Keeping in mind they are possibly spoofing hundreds of clients email addresses.

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  1. Andy David - MVP 120.5K Reputation points MVP

    You will need to ask the clients to add your Sending IPs to their SPF records and/or ask them to safelist your sending IPs with their anti-spam solution ( At the gateway or client level)

    That's really the only way.

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