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(DNSControl unrolls your SPF records safely and automatically. Sure, you can do it manually, but at the end of this article I'll show you how to automate it so you can 'set it and forget it'.)

Google has changed the SPF records for GSuite. You don't have to make any changes since you still do include:_spf.google.com and the magic of SPF takes care of things for you.

However, if you unroll your SPF records to work around the 10-lookup limit, you need to take a look at what you've done and re-do it based on the new SPF records.

The change is simple: They've added two new CIDR blocks (ip4:35.191.0.0/16 ip4:130.211.0.0/22) to _netblocks3.google.com

99.99% of all Gsuite users don't have to do anything.

Posted by Tom Limoncelli in DNSControl

My team at Stack Overflow has a number of open positions on the team that I manage:

  1. Windows-focused SRE, New York City or Northern NJ: If you love PowerShell, you'll love this position! If your background is more sysadmin than SRE, we're willing to train.
  2. Linux SRE, Denver: This will be particularly exciting because we're about to make some big technology changes and it will be a great opportunity to learn and grow with the company.

We have a number of other openings around the company:

  1. Junior Technology Concierge (IT Help Desk): New York City
  2. Engineering Manager: Remote (US East Coast Time Zone)
  3. VP of Engineering: New York City. (This person will be my boss!)
  4. Technical Recruiter: New York, NY
  5. If you like working in the Windows developer ecosystem (C#, ASP.NET, and MS SQL Server), we have two such developer positions: web developer and internal apps developer.

Those (and more!) open positions are listed here: https://stackoverflow.com/work-here

Posted by Tom Limoncelli in Stack Exchange, Inc.

 
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