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Domain name

warning yourdomain.com

There were some non-critical problems detected with the configuration of this domain. Depending on how you configured your mail-flow, this could be a source of mail delivery issues.
warning
DKIM is not set up.
warning
DMARC is not set up.
warning
There was a network error getting CNAME records for your domain.
Some or all of your name servers failed to respond with CNAME data. Depending on your setup this might or might not affect your mailflow.
Please check health status of your nameservers
warning
There was a network error getting NS records for your domain.
If you see this message in red, then your domain is probably down. This includes web site, mailflow and all other servers. "Yellow" means that you are at risk.
Please check health status of your nameservers
warning
There was a network error getting MX records for your domain.
If you see this message in red, then your domain is probably experiencing mail problems as no mail can be delivered. "Yellow" means that you are at risk.
Please check health status of your nameservers
warning
There should be a valid SPF record.
SPF record specifies Gmail's IP addresses as valid for sending domain's messages
If no other servers send mail on behalf of this domain then this record should be set to
"v=spf1 include:_spf.google.com ~all"
warning
No Google mail exchangers found. Relayhost configuration?
If you intentionally set up a mail server somewhere on your premises that automatically forwards all incoming mail to Google you may disregard this warning. Otherwise - this is a serious configuration error as it causes disruption of mail flow.
0nullmx.domainmanager.com
done
Domain should have at least 2 NS servers.
done
Naked domain must be an A record (not CNAME).
done
Every name server must reply with exactly the same TXT DKIM records.
done
Every name server must reply with exactly the same TXT DMARC records.
done
Every name server must reply with exactly the same CNAME records.
done
Every name server must reply with exactly the same NS records.
done
Every name server must reply with exactly the same MX records.
done
Every name server must reply with exactly the same TXT records.
done
MX lookup must fit in one UDP response packet.

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