A TXT Record is a resource record in the Domain Name System (DNS) used to hold some readable text information about a particular hostname/zone provided to sources outside your domain.
You can put any text you want within a TXT Record but commonly it is used to verify domain ownership or in setting up a Sender Policy Framework. A domain may have several TXT Records.
This is the common syntax used in TXT Records: Owner TTL Class Text.
Below is an explanation of what this syntax means.
||This is the host for your domain. This is automatically added using the DNS services at Aust Domains unless you specify a subdomain.
||Standard DNS Time to Live field. This indicates how long the TXT record will be cached on a DNS server. This is automatically added using the DNS services at Aust Domains.
||Standard DNS Class field. This is always IN, and is added automatically using the DNS services at Aust Domains.
||Free form text of any type. The maximum length is 255 characters, and it may contain any printable ASCII symbols.
Click here to learn how to update a TXT Record for your domain name.
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