What is DMARC ?
DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance) is an email authentication protocol that works with SPF and DKIM protocols to determine the validity of email messages.
DMARC protects your organization from phishing and domain spoofing attacks. DMARC email validation works on the basis of 3 DMARC policies which dictate to the receiving email system how to treat an email that has resulted in a DMARC failure.
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To work efficiently, DMARC email authentication works with two more authentication protocols: SPF & DKIM
Stages of DMARC implementation With Logix
ISPs supporting DMARC validation will generate reports on your email traffic with the sending source (domain/IP) data along with the status SPF and DKIM checks. You will get deep insights into who is sending emails on your behalf.
The reporting and data received after DMARC implementation can be difficult to interpret. As the raw data has many potential insights into email traffic, Logix can take this data and turn it into actionable insights for senders.
Without DMARC, there isn't an effective feedback channel for failed emails, so senders will remain completely unaware of their emails once sent. DMARC enables email senders to receive data back from receivers, providing insight into fraudulent email patterns.
The above steps ensure that all legitimate mails follow DMARC compliance. Till we reach above 90 % compliance, we set the DMARC policy to p=quarantine. Once your domain shows steady compliance, the policy will be set as p=reject.