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DMARC Reporters Who Skip the DKIM Selectors

Knowing the DKIM selector that is being used for an email domain is important for deploying domain security measures and troubleshooting email. With over seven years of email ecosystem experience, dmarcian Deployment Consultant Mohammed Zaman talks about a DMARC reporter that doesn't convey the selector information.With the DMARC technical standard, the importance for reporters to include DKIM selectors in their reports cannot be minimized. DMARC aggregate reporting is high level and includes all the information you would expect is important…
Vaughn Talbert
20 January 2020

RUF – What is it Good for?

Forensic (RUF) reporting was once widely used for email troubleshooting, but privacy concerns have now marginalized its use. With over seven years of email ecosystem experience, dmarcian Deployment Consultant Mohammed Zaman talks about what he sees as the rise and fall of forensic reporting and what the future may hold for it.When did you first come across email reporting? I first came across email reporting back in 2014 when I began working in the email ecosystem. I learned that there…
Vaughn Talbert
13 November 2019
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RUA vs RUF

Once you’ve published DMARC records, DMARC data will typically begin to generate within a day or two in the form of reports that give you insight into the way your domains are handling email.  There are two forms of reports: RUA reports that provides an aggregate view of all of a domain’s traffic, and RUF reports that are redacted forensic copies of the individual emails that are not 100% compliant with DMARC. While RUA reports show the traffic of the…
Vaughn Talbert
25 June 2019