How can I grant access to collegues and define their permissions?

If you have collegues which you’d like to grant access to your DMARC Analyzer data, you can easily create additional user accounts to do so. Click on your name in the top right corner and click on the ‘User management’ section. Click on the ‘Add’ button to add a new user to the tool. After …

I’m missing forensic reports?!

Are you missing reports in the forensic section? This can have several causes. We try to explain possible causes of this here. Not all ISP’s send forensics Not all ISP’s send the forensic reports. This is mostly due to privacy considerations, but also due to performance related issues. Providing a copy of invalid messages to …

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 …

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:[email protected],mailto:[email protected]; p=none; sp=none; fo=0; Caution: Using this setup it is important …

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 …

Setup forwarding from Google Apps

If you use Google Apps and you would like to set up 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 DMARC reports to appear?

The first step to start deploying 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 up to 72 hours (independent of the TTL of your DNS records). So, …

What is alignment?

DMARC is all about verifying that the address in the ‘From’ header is the actual sender of the message. To achieve this, the technical settings to verify senders DKIM and SPF are used. However, both DKIM and SPF do not require the From header and the user identity for either DKIM or SPF to match. …

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 does “External Domain Verification” work

When you set up DMARC for your domain ISPs will start sending reports to the address in your DNS record. For instance, if you have published a DNS record on ‘somedomainyouown.com’: v=DMARC1; p=none; rua=mailto:[email protected] You will receive reports for ‘somedomainyouown.com’ on your ‘[email protected]’. However, ‘corporatedomain.com’ should be allowed to receive reports for ‘somedomainyouown.com’ to prevent misuse …

How to start with DMARC?

This article provides all guidance on how to start with DMARC. One of the first steps in the DMARC deployment process is to publish a DMARC record into your DNS this in order to start collecting DMARC reports. The published DMARC record instructs ISPs to send DMARC reports. In order to start receiving DMARC reports …