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 …

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” …