Help me fix my email spoofing (MXRoute, Cloudflare, free beer if you find the issue)
I've followed all the instructions I could find, yet when using mail spoofing tools I've found on Google, I am still able to receive mails sent to [email protected] from my own mail account.
When using a tool such as https://www.kevlarr.io/email-test?lang=en
I enter my own email, and I receive an email that appears to have come from my own inbox as if I sent it from myself ([email protected]) to myself ([email protected]) which I understand as being spoofed. Am I incorrect?
Is anyone here able to assist in finding out what I'm missing?
Free beer to whoever spots the problem.
Well... your actual DNS records are:
can you provide the headers of the received email from kevlarr.io? maybe is there something useful.
In my opinion, for this test, the SPF alone is enough, and the message has to land into the spam folder.
Well, the correct action is to refuse this smtp transaction, but some antispam systems prefer to leave to pass the message, to give the final user more chances. Dont know how MxRoute treat this type of situation.
resolved on another green forum. // https://lowendtalk.com/discussion/185548/help-me-fix-my-email-spoofing-mxroute-cloudflare-free-beer-if-you-find-the-issue#latest
Not seeing a solution there...
BTW, it would have been nice to have mentioned the parallel post when posting here. (@mikewazar)
Not really a solution, more that a solution isn’t needed because the test/website is wrong, according to email god @jarland.