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DNS queries to resolve the mechanism / modifier
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DNS-querying mechanisms / modifiers to resolve the record
This record is considered broken and can be fixed by reducing the number of DNS-querying mechanisms / modifiers. To learn how to address the "Too many DNS" issue, see
This record utilizes a considerable number of DNS-querying mechanisms / modifiers. Attention should be paid to determine if that number should be reduced.
This record utilizes a small number of DNS-querying mechanisms / modifiers. No fixing is required. If this record is meant to be included by other records, consider reducing the number of DNS-querying mechanisms / modifiers (if possible) to keep total resource consumption low.
This record utilizes no DNS-querying mechanisms / modifiers. There are no efficiency gains to be made in terms of reducing the number of DNS queries.
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netblocks are authorized
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Authorized netblocks produce SPF "pass" results (as opposed to "neutral", "fail", or "softfail").
Duplicate netblock authorization
The following netblocks have been authorized more than once. Duplicates usually indicate inefficient records or redundant "include" mechanisms, and should be removed.
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