There is not much to say, Recently I’m experiencing mix of spiritual and emotional fluctuations ups and downs.I feel so alone quite often. There are not many valuable people (considering my interests).Day by day I’m asking myself the question “Hey man , why are you studying HRQM this stupid secreatary stuff.”I’m confused quite a lot and in a state of a denial, or better to say I feel a kind of lost because I’m out of my confortzone .. The teachers here in the HRQM stream claim that when a man is frightened and out of his confort zone,then he is learning a lot. They might be true about that, I don’t know. At Friday we had that Business Ethics test.Before the test we watched the movie “The Wizard of Oz” a movie from the distant year 1939. Right after the class wasover I went home and laundered my clothes. Then we had a dinner. Today I woke up around 11:00, had my breakfastat around 13:00 and near 13:30 I went out for a walk. I went to the city center and walked around the river Netherlands Rijn.A little later I walked through the city center around the open market which was located right before The St. Eusibeus Chapel.I went through a waggon which sells bibles in different languages and tried to draw people back close to God andspoke for a while with one nice old man who said used to be a Christian for 40 years already.Then I went for shopping to the grocy stores Aldi and Albertheijn and went back “home” to Honigkamp… That’s mostlyhow my day passed … I should thank to God for still caring for me and providing me with all necessary for my daily living.Thanks Lord! END—–
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I’ve recently figured out that some of the SPF records I’m using for some of the administrated by me mail servers, was found to be incorrect by Microsoft’s mail servers for hotmail.com, msn.net and live.com .
Probably the SPF records that I used by so far were found to be incorrect by other mail account service providers also.
As a consequence of this wrongly considered SPFs” Microsoft mail servers were either rejecting my mail server messages or putting the received messages in the Junk folder.
The SPF records which were shown as incorrect according to Microsoft SPF checking Mechanism called SenderID SPF Record Wizard were defined in my bind dns domain zone file as follows:
mydomainname.com. IN TXT "v=spf1 mx ip4:184.108.40.206 ~all"
Using this TXT SPF record dns configuration Microsoft’s Sender ID SPF Record Wizard claimed I had no SPF records at all e.g., checking with the wizard I was returning the error
No SPF Record Found
Microsoft’s Sender ID Framework SPF Record Wizard is available from: The URL address http://www.microsoft.com/mscorp/safety/content/technologies/senderid/wizard/.
Therefore if you’re experiencing some kind of difficulties with sending properly email messages to Microsoft mail domain names or to some other major mail providers like Yahoo, it’s very likely that you might have a misconfigured SPF record just like me.
To deal with the situation I had to check my SPF record with the simple:
"v=spf1 a -all"
The complete TXT record which needs to be placed in the zone file of your domain name looks like so:
mydomainname.com. IN TXT "v=spf1 a -all"
The the meaning of this TXT SPF record is that the IP address in the “A” record for the name is theonly IP address that’s allowed to use that server’s name
After that change hopefully if you’re experiencing mails entering automatically in Junk filter / mail folder with msn.com, hotmail.com, live.com or yahoo.com this problems should be immediately solved.
Checking again with the the Microsoft SenderID online tool I got an output that my SPF record is correct like you read below the output that poped up from Microsoft’s page:
Sender ID Framework SPF Record Wizard
Step 2 of 4: Display Published DNS Records
The wizard has checked DNS for information about prize.bgÂ including: SPF, MX and A records. This information is displayed below.
If an SPF record was found, you can verify its contents here and use the remaining steps of this wizard to modify the record if necessary. If no SPF record was found, you can use information from the domain’s MX and A records to create a new SPF record.
Click Next to continue.
SPF Record Found
One or more functional SPF record(s) have been found for the domain mydomain.com
The full text of the domain’s SPF record is as follows.
v=spf1 a -all
Another tool which helped me a lot in debugging problems with my SPF records is found on the address http://www.kitterman.com/spf/validate.html so it might be wise to use it as well in order to check that your SPF records are correct.
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