Can I see the HTML of invalid messages?

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

How do you calculate the volume you charge on?

We base our subscription on the amount of sent DMARC compliant messages we get reported back in the DMARC aggregate reports. Each DMARC aggregate report could thus describe a larger number of compliant messages. We do not charge you for the invalid messages, so basically all messages in the ‘green’ rows (check the “Per result” …

What does ‘Maximum lookups exceeded’ mean?

SPF records only allow 10 ‘lookups’ to reduce the load on the email receivers side. The following mechanisms count as lookups: a mx include require ptr The ‘nested’ lookups also count. If you exceed this threshold, the items after the 10th lookup may (/probably will) not count as valid SPF sources. You will need to …

What does the crown icon mean?

We offer a free version with several nice features which is available to low volume users. However our premium version offers a great list of interesting and helpful features. We indicate these features in our menu using a crown. So are you a premium member? These pages is the great stuff you actually pay for. …

Setup forwarding from Google Apps

If you use Google Apps and you would like to setup your own address in the DMARC DNS record, Google will require confirmation from our end to allow automated forwarding. We will automatically confirm forwarding requests. To confirm this, you will also receive an email with the confirmation code from Google.

How long does it take for the reports to appear in the tool?

The first step to start implementing DMARC is to update your DNS record as instructed by our setup. However you may not directly see results in the tool. ISPs (/ DMARC report senders) may cache the results of the DNS records for upto 72 hours (independant of the TTL of your DNS records). So you …

What is an Organizational Domain?

While implementing DMARC you will probably see the term ‘Organizational Domain’. This basically is your main domain combined with the domain extension. Examples: rep.dmarcanalyzer.com => dmarcanalyzer.com yourdomain.com => yourdomain.com yourdomain.co.uk => yourdomain.co.uk subdomain.yourdomain.com.au => yourdomain.com.au

How can I grant access to other users in my organisation?

If you have signed up for our premium version, you get the option add new users to your DMARC Analyzer account. To do so, click on your name in the top right corner of the application and click on the ‘User management’ page. Click on the ‘add’ icon to add a new user and setup …

Unknown sources in the DKIM aligned section

You may see sources you do not recognise in the ‘ DMARC compliant – DKIM aligned’ section. This may occur if you send DKIM signed mail to theses 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 …

Can I receive a copy of the DMARC reports?

You can achieve this in multiple ways, but it is surely possible! Add multiple emailaddresses to your DMARC record You can add more then 1 URI to your DMARC DNS record to receive the reports as well. An example of this can be: v=DMARC1; rua=mailto:YOURCUSTOMID@rep.dmarcanalyzer.com,mailto:dmarc@YOURDOMAIN.COM; p=none; sp=none; fo=0; Caution: Using this setup it is important …