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Detail Viewer Upgrades: Report Processing Optimization and DKIM Selector Visibility

We're incredibly excited to share recent improvements to one of the most heavily used elements of our application—the Detail Viewer. All of us at dmarcian are certain that you will find these updates to be useful throughout the process of DMARC deployment and management. We’ve added some performance enhancements to the data-analysis stage of report processing that has drastically reduced the time it takes for reports to generate. We find this especially impactful when generating reports with large datasets, filtering…
John Bowers
5 October 2019
dmarcian Tools

Announcing Single Sign-On (SSO) Support

dmarcian is proud to announce a highly anticipated new feature - Single Sign-On (SSO) support, leveraging Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) version 2 for Enterprise users.  This will expedite access to your dmarcian account by letting you sign in with your existing corporate credentials, which means one less password to keep track of.  With our SSO, you can easily manage SSO access and user permissions to all of your accounts in dmarcian centrally while adhering to your organization's security and access policies.…
Vaughn Talbert
19 July 2018
dmarcian Tools

How to use Domain Groups

Domain Groups allow dmarcian users to easily group together and manage related domains.  Domain Groups are created using the Mission Control interface.  Domain Groups are typically used to group together domains by: (more…)
dmarcian
25 May 2016
dmarcian Tools

SPF-Identified Servers – How and Why

To turn DMARC into something useful to people, dmarcian processes DMARC data using a big pile of rules.  These rules identify sources of email, and dmarcian presents users with DMARC compliance information based on email source. One identified source of email is called "SPF-Identified Servers", and dmarcian users are often curious as to how data ends up in this source.  How and why this source works is explained below. (more…)
dmarcian
5 April 2016