In this article we will cover what a DMARC report is. What a DMARC report look like, what you can do with it and how can you get them?
Who sends DMARC reports?
When you publish a DMARC record, a lot of ISP’s (i.e. Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, etc.) will send you DMARC reports. These reports will contain compressed flat XML text and contain a lot of valuable data. However these reports are hard to figure out and you will receive a lot of them.
What DMARC Analyzer does
DMARC Analyzer will process all the reports that you sent us. This can be done by pointing you DMARC record to us, or by manually uploading them through the app. DMARC Analyzer will group all the data in various user friendly overviews. Based on our solid backend the overviews are near-real time and very fast! Using DMARC Analyzer allows you to save a lot of time investigating all the individual reports. This allows you to analyze your data more efficiently and faster.
Receive daily/weekly reports
Within DMARC Analyzer we provide you with the option to receive daily/weekly reports. These daily\weekly reports will be based on the DMARC reports that we received from the ISP’s, and will show you in a user friendly manner the current status of your DMARC implementation. DMARC Analyzer recommends to set this up, because it is always important to check your DMARC setup regularly. After moving your policy to reject, you should keep track of the DMARC statistics to prevent new invalid email flows from popping up and detect issues in current flows. These reports show the DMARC compliance rate for all your domains. You can see at a glance how the implementation is going and how your domain is protected.