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TXT records for planchest.net:

Record Type Value TTL
planchest.net TXT "v=spf1 a ip4:213.171.216.0/24 mx ~all" 3600
planchest.net TXT "MS=ms60392983" 3600
planchest.net TXT "Msg for Microsoft: this domain planchest.net is registered by Planchest Ltd. Stephen Solt has retired as director but continues to consult. Peter Lord, as sole director, controls the company he founded in 1999." 3600
id 56468, opcode QUERY, rcode NOERROR, flags QR RD RA
;QUESTION
planchest.net. IN TXT
;ANSWER
planchest.net. 3600 IN TXT "v=spf1 a ip4:213.171.216.0/24 mx ~all"
planchest.net. 3600 IN TXT "MS=ms60392983"
planchest.net. 3600 IN TXT "Msg for Microsoft: this domain planchest.net is registered by Planchest Ltd. Stephen Solt has retired as director but continues to consult. Peter Lord, as sole director, controls the company he founded in 1999."
;AUTHORITY
;ADDITIONAL

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TXT Record Lookup

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Text Record or TXT record lookups are used to determine the TXT records associated with a domain.

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DNS TXT Record

TXT records, known as Text records are used to store text data on a domain.

Storing data in TXT records is commonly used to store configuration settings such as SPF or DKIM records to help with reducing email spam, or verification keys to prove ownership of a domain for use in third party services such as analytics or cloud service providers.

Example TXT record

An example TXT record may look like the following:

Record Type Value TTL
example.com TXT "v=spf1 include:_spf.google.com ~all" 3600

example.com represents domain of the record.

TXT is the record type.

"v=spf1 include:_spf.google.com ~all" is the value of the record. This example uses a configuration format for the Sender Policy Framework (SPF) used to help prevent spam emails.

3600 is the TTL (time to live) of the record in seconds, this example represents 1 hour. This means that when a record has had updates made to it, then it will take 1 hour to update.