Hi, Hoping someone here has the knowledge to help me out! I'm trying to follow best practice for sending emails to customers from a website. I have the site, hosted on www.domain.co.uk, on it's own IP address. The IP reverse maps to domain.co.uk. I have an SPF record on www.domain.co.uk that shows both gmail servers and the IP Address. Some of the emails are being flagged by gmail as spam. When I run an SPF test it comes back with no dns record for domain.co.uk. Should I set the reverse map on the IP Address to www.domain.co.uk, rather than domain.co.uk? I assumed it should not have the www. as emails go from firstname.lastname@example.org, but that may be rather simplistic. Alternatively, how do I ensure dns records for domain.co.uk, not just www.domain.co.uk (on 1&1!). I assume, again perhaps incorrectly, it is looking for an A record. Thanks..