***Another set of examples based on a domain at Network Solutions***
Go to Manage Account and Edit DNS under domain names.
From there, go to Manage Advanced DNS Records:
If I’m adding an SPF record, the left side is @ (None) and the value is:
v=spf1 include:jangomail.com -all
If I am adding a domain key, first go into the JangoMail/JangoSMTP account under Settings (Sending & Receiving for JangoMail, Advanced under JangoSMTP), and create the key. I used a selector of jm. View the key and copy it onto your clipboard.
Back in Network Solutions, the left side value for the TXT record is jm._domainkey, and the right side value is what you copied from us:
If I am adding a custom tracking domain for my JangoMail/JangoSMTP account (you can only have one here; it is a CNAME record in DNS), I would add “track” (or whatever value you want, one word) on the left side, and have it point to jngo.net. You will also have to select “@ (none)” as shown.
When all three items are added, the page at Network Solutions looks something like this:
To check the DNS status of jangodemo2.com, also using network-tools.com as in previous examples: