The pricing of DMARC Analyzer’s premium subscriptions are based on DMARC compliant emails. The amount of DMARC compliant emails an organization sends on a monthly basis, is how we calculate the volume an organization gets charged on.
We can determine this based on the DMARC aggregate reports we receive from DMARC reporting organizations (ISPs). The DMARC aggregate reports describe the number of compliant messages that were sent on behalf of a domain.
If there is less than a 30-day history, we estimate the total monthly volume based on the data we do have.
How do I know what volume tier fits my organization best?
DMARC covers all outbound email volume (and a bit inbound, emails sent internally). Therefore, the total amount of emails an organization sends on a monthly basis is a good indication of the volume tier which fits an organization best. .
Will spoofing attacks and malicious emails get charged?
DMARC Analyzer does not charge for malicious emails. Since malicious emails can never be DMARC compliant, malicious emails are never counted towards an organization’s total volume they get charged for. Big spoofing campaigns can therefore never cause an organization to get charged more or to be forced to take a higher volume tier subscription.