Deployment

Policy Modes: Quarantine vs Reject

Domain owners can publish policies that will be applied to email that is not compliant with DMARC: none - which means “take no action, just collect data and send me reports”, quarantine - which means “treat with suspicion”, and reject - which mean “block outright”. DMARC deployers often ask us: “what’s the difference between quarantine and reject, and what will happen when I publish these policies?”  Understanding what happens when quarantine or reject is published is pretty important! (more…)
dmarcian
19 December 2015
Deployment

How to deploy DMARC for inbound processing

As DMARC adoption increases, more people are looking at using DMARC to filter their own email. We’ve put together this article to outline how to do “DMARC inbound”. Email is vast and DMARC is still being adopted. When you start filtering inbound email using DMARC, you’ll discover two important insights: Email comes in from all sorts of different places. Legitimate email using your domain can come from the outside world. Applying DMARC policies (including your own domain’s policy!) to your…
dmarcian
17 December 2015

How to send DMARC compliant email on behalf of others

Sending other people's email in a DMARC compliant manner can be accomplished in a number of different ways. This article is intended for Email Service Providers (ESPs) and any business that sends email using their own customer's domains (examples: CRMs, talent management companies, billing systems, etc). (more…)
dmarcian
9 December 2015