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@juenology is there a way for the MailFrom Domain to match the Header From Domain?Coz all mails sent from shopify have the MailFrom Domain: mailer1ud.<mydomain>.comHeader From Domain:<mydomain>.com Meaning we can't use aspf=s, but only aspf=r in the ...
@juenology @onescales I figured out the issue.The spf policy in DMARC record is set to strict - aspf=s. Thus the identifier header and the spf domain should match for the spf policy to pass. Looking at the DMARC records, my identifier is <mydomain>.c...
Looks like adding the `mailer.shopify.com` to the spf did not work. The spf verification still fails for the mailer.shopify.com sender in the <row> section.However, the spf in the auth section pass. These is an email sent to a customer from shopify o...
found the sender of the mail to beReceived: from o11.mailer.shopify.com (o11.mailer.shopify.com. [149.72.235.154])So I think its safe to say the mailer.shopify.com should be in the spf record
Unfortunately, there is no way to verify from the report which is the target mail nor the send details.
I have this in my DNS in the domain - CNAME mailer1ud, value <some random numbers>.p112.email.myshopify.comand the mail has @mailer1ud.<mydomain name>.com when I do show original.
I went through customers section in the notifications and sent emails to my test emails and they are from the correct sender email that is shown in the settings -> notifications -> Sender email.It is still puzzling why the spf report records show fai...
The domain ins authenticated. I see this in my shopify Notification settings under my shop's email.Also I'm able to send test emails from shopify to my gmail and the mail has the below. The send is shown correctly as my shop eimal. 
Both sendgrid.net and mailer.shopify.com have the same spf records.I'm surprised that the support did not know anything about what is the correct spf record. They even suggested to remove the entire record, which is wrong and could cause issues.  
"For your emails to pass your DMARC policy, only SPF or DKIM needs to pass"Not entirely true. If the dkim/spf sre set to strict. my dmarc is_dmacr: v=DMARC1;p=none;sp=none;pct=100;rua=mailto:<my shop email>;ruf=mailto:<my shop email>;ri=86400;aspf=s;...
In my case everything is setup and verified that is working correctly, mails are getting through, verification shows correct. However, In the reports I get spf fail entries. Tracing the IPs from the request, they all point to mailer.shopify.com. I wa...
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