What exactly is DMARC and why is it important?
DMARC is short for Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance . It is a protocol used along with SPF and DKIM, that ensures proper authentication of emails. It protects your sender domains from spoofing and gives you ability to monitor and control usage of your sender domain.
DMARC checks SPF and DKIM of incoming email - if mail is properly authenticated it goes through. If there is an error - received mail is not authenticated - the recipient server executes the policy from DMARC record. Later on the recipient server can send report to the domain owner about such incidents.
You can implement DMARC in many ways and our Wizard will help you create and customize a DMARC policy suited for your needs.
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