When a new email message is sent, the receiving email server uses an SPF check to make sure that the message is from one of the hosts that’s allowed to access it. This process is carried out by looking up the DNS for the record that contains the IP of the connecting host. If the host’s IP is not on the list, the email will fail.
Step 01: Login to the Bluehost using your login credentials. Step 02: Find the domain you want to add to the SPF record and then click on the Manage button.
Step 02: Manage the DNS (DOMAIN NAME SYSTEM) accordingly.
Step 03: Create the record entry by scrolling down to the bottom of the web page to the section of TXT record type. Click the ADD Record Button.
Step 04: Finally, You can check Published SPF Record by using a free SPF Record Checker.
Step 05: Finally, You can check Published SPF Record by using a free SPF Record Checker.
If you’re not able to find the record that you made in the last step, try giving it a try again within one hour. This will help speed up the process of getting the record into the DNS.