Industry News

The Importance of Sources in DMARC

A “source” is what we call any company that offers its clients the ability to send emails with their own domain. This translates to any infrastructure that’s capable of “sending emails on behalf of others.” Bearing this explanation in mind, we can identify several types of sources, the most notable are: ESPs - offer their clients the ability to send bulk (marketing and/or transactional) emails with their own domain ISPs - offer the ability to receive and send emails with…
Vaughn Talbert
23 May 2019
dmarcian ToolsIndustry News

What is DMARC.IO?

As presented in the post, The Importance of Sources in DMARC, source information is displayed in several places. Most are within dmarcian’s application itself, but there’s one external repository - DMARC.IO The purpose of this resource is to help operators, developers, deployers – essentially anybody that deals with DMARC in one way or another – by providing information that is classified into four categories: Email sources - infrastructures that send email on behalf of other domains Email forwarders - services…
Vaughn Talbert
23 May 2019
Industry NewsPress Release

dmarcian Makes the Internet Society’s Online Trust Alliance Honor Roll

April 29, 2019 – dmarcian Inc. Brevard, NC– today announced that it has been named to the Internet Society’s latest Online Trust Alliance (OTA) Audit and Honor Roll. The Audit and Honor Roll is the de facto standard for recognizing website excellence in consumer protection, security, and responsible privacy practices for the world’s top companies. “dmarcian and the Online Trust Alliance share a vision for a safer Internet. The OTA has long supplied much needed advocacy and guidance for organizations looking…
Vaughn Talbert
30 April 2019
Industry News

Are your Google Calendar Invites Blocked by DMARC?

Even though Google has long supported DMARC, a handful of Google applications are still not capable of sending DMARC compliant email using both SPF and DKIM. If you’re a Google Suite customer using your own domain, email that originates from Google’s apps (such as Google Docs, Google Sheets, and Google Slides) and calendar service will still use a domain that points back to Google, and not your own domain, preventing SPF from supplying DMARC compliance. If your DMARC policy was…
Vaughn Talbert
7 February 2019
Industry News

DK Hostmaster Workshop & Identifier Alignment

At a recent DK Hostmaster workshop, guest instructor Tim Draegen, CEO of dmarcian and one of the primary authors of DMARC, helped attendees better understand how DMARC makes use of authentication to improve email security using the well-known SPF and DKIM mechanisms, how DMARC’s reporting protocols help protect your email domains quickly and precisely, and how to install DMARC in your organization.To understand how DMARC makes use of authentication to improve email security, it is helpful to have an understanding…
Vaughn Talbert
5 December 2018
Industry News

dmarcian Announces Japanese Instance

As part of our dmarcian's mission to upgrade the entire world’s email by making DMARC accessible to all, we are pleased to announce the launch of our new Japanese instance of our platform. This new instance retains Japanese data within Japan to resolve all issues related to APPI cross-border data transfer. Create a FREE 14-day FREE trial account here - no credit card needed to get started!    
Vaughn Talbert
7 November 2018