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Add Domains
Add DMARC
Get Compliant
Publish Policy
Monitor

Tasks

Tasks are steps that need to be taken to progress your domain through the DMARC deployment process.

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Add DMARC

Now that you've got domains in your catalogue, it's time to start publishing records and collecting data. This free and simple process can be accomplished in two steps.


1) Publish DMARC Records

We recommend starting with a simple record that won't affect your email flows. The following record can be published to your DNS to tell providers to generate feedback for your domain without impacting email delivery.

v=DMARC1; p=none; rua=mailto:democian@ag.dmarcian.com;

2) Collect Data

Once your DMARC records are in place, DMARC reports will be automatically sent to the address in your RUA tag. When you have some DMARC data about your domain, you can start collecting data and begin the process of identifying legitimate mail sources.

Already have some DMARC XML? Upload it here.


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Get Compliant

You don't have any domains that are ready to start getting DMARC compliant. Once you publish dmarc records and begin collecting data, you can start to align your sources of email with DMARC.

Now that you've got DMARC records in place and you've started to collect data on how your email domain is being used across the internet, it's time to align your sources of mail with DMARC

Identify Sources

So far, we've identified 1 sources of mail.

Get Compliant

It's important to get all of your sources of mail as close to 100% DMARC compliant as possible.

Publish Policy

Publish Policy

Once your sources are DMARC compliant, it's time to publish a policy.

Policy Ramp

Enforce your policy more and more aggresively and observe the impacts.

Secure Domain

Once you've fully enforced a policy without problems, you're ready to tell the world to reject the bad stuff.
Before telling receivers to outright reject email, we recommend publishing varying policies to ensure that your email flows are not negatively impacted.

Use the Policy Planner to see if you're ready to publish a DMARC policy

Monitor & Maintain

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0 Protected Domains

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Compliant

All Rejected domains are sending compliant mail

Reporting

Want to receive reports about your domains status, or to get notifications when deployment or compiance changes occur, become a subscriber. Subscribing allows access to extra dmarcian features as well as supporting our mission to help deploy DMARC worldwide.

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Domains & Volume Email Sources Threat/Abuse/Other
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domains
54,344
messages
Source Compliance
SPF-Identified Servers 100.0%
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Delete Domains

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