Can I see the HTML of invalid messages?

DMARC Analyzer doesn’t store the body of Forensic reports by default. It is possible that privacy sensitive data is included in these emails. For analysis it will be harder as you don’t know which email cause your DMARC to fail. To fix this problem we introduced a new method to view the Forensic reports. When …

How to create a DMARC record

A DMARC record is the record where the DMARC rulesets are defined. This record informs the ISPs (like Gmail, Microsoft, Yahoo! etc.) if a domain is set up to use DMARC. The DMARC record contains the policy. The DMARC record should be placed in your DNS. The TXT record name should be “_dmarc.yourdomain.com.” where “yourdomain.com” …

How to approach vendors with DMARC related questions?

Deploying DMARC for all domains can be a hard process. During this process a lot of sources need to be set up correctly in order to send DMARC compliant email. Some sources have documentation available on how to let their emails become DMARC compliant. However most sources do not and therefore it can be difficult …

Can I add old reports?

Have you setup DMARC some time ago and would you like to add the old reports you may have already received to DMARC? You can do so by uploading them through the interface. Take a look at our uploader on the ‘DMARC aggregate reports’ > ‘Manual upload’ page. Drag the reports into the container (or …

Unknown sources in the DKIM aligned section

You may see sources you do not recognize in the ‘ DMARC compliant – DKIM aligned’ section. This may occur if you send DKIM signed email to these sources and the recipient has configured a forward. This would mean the original receiving server of the message will forward the message to the new destination as …

Set up two factor authentication for additional security

DMARC Analyzer takes the security of your data very serious. We protect our systems with the latest techniques. For us this is obvious as your account is filled with valuable information describing your companies infrastructure. However next to the security we can implement, we also believe it is very important for our users to have …

What does DMARC compliant mean?

In this blog article we will cover what DMARC compliance is and how to become DMARC compliant. In order to fully implement DMARC, being DMARC compliant is key. What is DMARC compliance? With DMARC it is possible to gain full insight on your email channel, choose from three different DMARC policies and protect your domains …

How to remove a domain from your account?

In this article we will cover how you can remove a domain from your account. How to remove a domain? First step to take when removing a domain from the DMARC Analyzer Suite, is to remove the DMARC record that points to DMARC Analyzer. When the record is removed or points to another email address …

What does the SPF failure mean?

When aligning sources in DMARC Analyzer it’s possible that you will see several failures. But what do all these failures mean? Below we created a legenda with all possible failures. SPF SPF records can contain multiple ‘mechanisms’. These are parts of the SPF record while describe (a set of) valid sending IP addresses for this …

5 common mistakes to avoid when deploying DMARC

Deploying DMARC can be an overwhelming and complicated process. In this article we will cover the 5 common mistakes to avoid when deploying DMARC. 1. Not setting up parked (inactive) domains All companies implement DMARC for their active domains. However most companies also have parked (inactive) domains and do not implement DMARC for them. Not …

How to start deploying DMARC in 5 easy steps

Deploying DMARC can be a difficult process. DMARC Analyzer provides a SaaS solution which empowers organisations to easily manage complex DMARC deployment. In this article you will learn how to deploy DMARC in 5 easy steps. 1. Identify all your companies domains Investigating all your company owned domains is the first step of your DMARC …

What is spoofing?

Email spoofing is the forgery of an emailheader. This so that the receiver of the message thinks that the message is coming from someone or somewhere other than the actual source. Spoofing through email is an often used tactic for phishing- and spam campagnes. People will open an email more often when they think it …

Customer Journey within DMARC Analyzer

Below you will see an overview of all the stages taken during the Customer Journey within DMARC Analyzer. DMARC Analyzer recognizes these stages for a DMARC deployment project. The stages are also followed when the DMARC Analyzer staff provides managed service to guide clients through a DMARC deployment project. It’s clarified what to expect during …

What is a DMARC Policy?

What is a DMARC Policy? A DMARC Policy tells the email receivers like Microsoft (Hotmail, Live, Outlook etc), Gmail, Yahoo! and other DMARC Internet Service Providers who adopted DMARC what to do if an email fails the DMARC check. There are three DMARC policies you can choose of if an email fails the DMARC checks. …

I do not have a DMARC record yet

The core of a DMARC implementation is your DMARC record. This is easy to setup and necessary to use DMARC Analyzer and see which systems are sending mail on behalf of your domain. You do not have a DMARC record yet and want to start with DMARC? With help of the DMARC Record Creator you …