AudienceView is a tech company offering solutions for the events and ticketing industry. Their platform aids organizations in ticket sales, customer relationship management, and event operations. It’s used by various venues, including theaters and sports events, to streamline processes and improve customer experiences.
In this article, we’ll guide you through the process of configuring the SPF (Sender Policy Framework) for AudienceView.
Recipient servers reference the SPF record in your DNS to verify if emails originate from an authorized server. By adding the SPF record to your domain’s DNS, you ensure that emails are correctly processed and authenticated.
Configuration of SPF
To authorize the servers to send emails on your behalf, you should implement the following SPF record:
v=spf1 include:_spf.audienceview.net -all
Note: If you’re utilizing multiple ESPs, IPs, or third-party sources, ensure they are all included in your SPF record.
Ex: v=spf1 ip4:220.127.116.11 include:example.com include: _spf.audienceview.net ~all
For DKIM configuration, please reach out to AudienceView’s support team so they can provide you with the necessary DKIM record.
Congratulations! You’ve successfully configured the SPF record for AudienceView.