Questions tagged [dmarc]

DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance) is an email authentication protocol. It is designed to give email domain owners the ability to protect their domain from unauthorized use, commonly known as email spoofing.

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Why set up DMARC for SPF if it's already set up for DKIM?

I have SPF and DKIM. I'm planning on adding DMARC to tell receivers to expect SPF and/or DKIM. I've read that it's best to set DMARC up with both SPF and DKIM, but I don't understand exactly when ...
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DMARC policy result when exactly one of SPF and DKIM fails and exactly one succeeds

E-mail forwarding can break SPF, but it should not break DKIM. I want to make a DMARC policy that will evaluate to "pass" when either DKIM or SPF passes, and "fail" when neither DKIM or SPF passes. ...
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Understand DMARC report before starting quarantine

I work for a small company. We have lot of IP black listed because of spamming. We decided to setup dmarc for our mail server. This has been setup and is working correctly. The issue now is that in ...