Emails are flagged as spam by gmail, with SPF passed

I am still having this problem!

even though the message shows everything right! is there anyway to create the PTR records on the DNS manager tool? do I have to have my own DNS? if so… is there an alternative to use( if so, how do I configure that?

SPF: “v=spf1 a mx ip4: ?all”

Google says signature is ok, dkim is passed and SPF is passed… what else do I need?

any special way to create MX records?

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<b>“… I suspect it may be reverse DNS?”</b> <br> <br>Could be. Login to your DigitalOcean Control Panel and make sure your PTR record is correct. If not, simply recreate the droplet’s hostname via the D.O. C.P. and the PTR record will be updated automatically.

That did not work, I suspect it may be reverse DNS?