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About Domain-based Message Authentication (DMARC)

Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance (DMARC) is a sender-published policy for email messages that targets messages that fail authentication. This works to prevent spoofing, where someone else impersonates your organization to send viruses, malware, or scam recipients. By default, most ESPs will set up your account with SPF and DKIM, but might require additional configuration to implement DMARC.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the importance of DMARC for a domain owner?

DMARC record helps a domain owner in the following ways:

  • Protection from email spoofing, phishing, and brand abuse by preventing domain impersonation
  • Organizations can request specific policy actions to be applied to messages that fail authentication that include take no action (p=none), bulk/junk folder mail (p=quarantine), or do not accept the email (p=reject).
  • A great enhancement in email sender reputation.

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