Deployment

SMTP Relay for Third Party Sender DMARC Compliance

How can you eventually move to a p=reject policy when third parties are unable to send email properly on your behalf? In many cases, a DMARC compliant SMTP relay server can be used to do the trick. In this article, we’ll explore some of the facets of sending DMARC compliant email from third parties, what to look for, and how common hosted solutions such as Google Apps, Office 365, Amazon Simple Email Service (SES), can be leveraged as SMTP relays.…
dmarcian
19 January 2016
dmarcian Tools

Meaning of “No DMARC reports received yet which confirm DKIM signing”

Users sometimes ask What does "No DMARC reports received yet which confirm DKIM signing" mean? dmarcian uses DMARC-XML data to detect the presence of DKIM signatures.  There is no straight-forward way to query the internet for the presence of DKIM signatures, and so dmarcian relies on the contents of DMARC-XML reports to provide information on DKIM signatures. Given the above, there are 4 reasons why you might see this message: DKIM hasn't been implemented with the domain's source(s) of email. DKIM…
dmarcian
7 October 2015