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Windows 2000/XP/2003 machines have a built-in IP security mechanism called IPSEC (IP Security).

Your domain name is mydomain.com
Your e-mail is handled by: There are 2 MX records defined in the DNS 199.199.199.1 199.199.199.2
Your web address is: This refers to your A record 199.199.199.3 199.199.199.4
Other SMTP servers on your network: 199.199.199.5 199.199.199.6

You can enter the following SPF record, which is a TXT record in the DNS like:

​"v=spf1 a mx ip4:199.199.199.5 ip4:199.199.199.6 -all"

This entry tells the recipients SMTP server that an email where the sender’s address contains “mydomain.com” can only come from certain IP addresses.

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If any other IP address is used to send message the recipient can reject it.

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[software]=>version
Active : GV8BAA3.721 Passive : Gv8baa3.721

If any other IP address is used to send message the recipient can reject it.

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