Start Your DMARC Journey with GoDMARC

DMARC SaaS Platform

Explore the incredible capabilities of GoDMARC, an advanced cloud-based tool made to simplify your DMARC setup. Tailored precisely to suit business needs, GoDMARC gives you a complete view of your email security with its easy-to-use dashboard.

With GoDMARC, you can:

  • Easily confirm the authenticity of your emails.
  • Get a better understanding of email authentication tools like SPF/DKIM/BIMI.
  • Visibility of threats, who is trying to abuse from which IPs and how many times in a day.
  • Simplify the complexities of email security.
  • Email marketers can boost deliverability rates by seeing which IPs send their emails and their reputation (good, poor, neutral).
  • GoDMARC provides Dynamic SPF, in case your SPF netblock is exceeding 10 DNS lookups.

Ready to enhance your email security and deliverability?

Click here to create your DMARC Record. Safeguard your domain effortlessly while gaining valuable insights.

To comply with recent changes from Google and Yahoo, bulk email senders
  • Authenticate Your Email: Google & Yahoo is now requiring senders to authenticate their emails. This means that you need to implement DMARC/SPF and DKIM if you send up to 5,000 emails per day.
  • Enable Easy Un subscription: Gmail & Yahoo wants to make it hassle-free for recipients to unsubscribe from commercial emails. As a bulk sender, you must offer a one-click unsubscribe option for Gmail & Yahoo recipients.
  • Ensure they’re sending wanted email: Moving forward, Google & Yahoo will enforce a clear spam rate threshold that senders must stay under to ensure Gmail & Yahoo recipients aren’t bombarded with unwanted messages.
Dedicated Support

We understand that implementing and managing DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance) can sometimes be a complex task. That's why we're committed to offering top-tier DMARC customer support services to ensure your journey is as smooth and secure as possible.

Multiple Support Channels: We offer a range of support channels to suit your preferences and needs: Email Support, Chat Support, Phone Support

Contact us today to secure your organization's email security. Your peace of mind is just a call, chat, or email away!

Knowledge Transfer

At GoDMARC, we prioritize your success by offering comprehensive DMARC dashboard training. The process starts with a brief discussion with the IT/Security Team to gauge the current level of understanding. Then, a completely tailored knowledge transfer session is provided to the IT/Security Team in every sync-up meeting.

Key Benefits of GoDMARC's Dashboard Training Program: Enhanced Understanding of DMARC Dashboard, Identifying Gaps of SPF/DKIM, IPs Attempting Domain Abuse Visibility.

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Syncup calls

At GoDMARC, our team of DMARC experts is here to ensure the success of every customer. We're dedicated to giving you all the support you need, including regular sync-up calls to help you understand DMARC reports. Our DMARC specialists assist you in identifying the gaps in email authentication and share knowledge-based articles to mitigate them.

DMARC Management for Enhanced Email Security

We are committed to protecting your email inbox from fraudulent and spoofed emails. We achieve this by weekly sync-up calls and adhering to best email practices. Furthermore, we keep our customers informed about any new updates on new email security guidelines issued by major ESPs such as Microsoft, Google, and Yahoo.

Push alerts

Our customers are informed about any updates made to DNS records for SPF, DKIM, DMARC, and BIMI. Additionally, they automatically receive a daily DMARC Summary report.

GoDMARC - The User’s DMARC Journey

GoDMARC Onboarding

DMARC Compliance

Congratulations! We help you implement DMARC's p=reject policy to significantly enhance your email security against phishing attacks.

GoDMARC Monitoring


Our cutting-edge platform continuously monitors 24/7 to identify all sending sources. This includes robust detection mechanisms to spot unauthorized senders attempting to impersonate your organizations’ domain name.

GoDMARC Alignments


Our DMARC experts ensure your emails pass DMARC validation by aligning SPF and DKIM authentication. This is achieved by having weekly sync-up calls with a dedicated account manager.

GoDMARC Policy Upgrade

Policy Enforcement

After aligning SPF and DKIM, our experts recommend progressing to DMARC Policy Enforcement, starting with 'p=quarantine' and eventually moving to 'p=reject' (Quarantine/Reject). This strategic transition, combined with SPF and DKIM Strict alignment, fortifies your email authentication, enhances email security, and minimizes the risk of phishing and spoofing attacks.

GoDMARC Dmarc Compliance


Your journey starts with a guided tour led by one of our experts, who will introduce you to the GoDMARC platform. At this stage, you initiate your DMARC journey with p=none while making essential changes to your domain's DNS records for DMARC. Once your DMARC records are in place, you'll receive a thorough overview and valuable insights into the status of your email authentication protocols (pass or fail) for SPF and DKIM. This lays the groundwork for your experience and DMARC journey.

Features & Benefits

DMARC is for every business, whether SMB, Mid-Market or Enterprise

IP threat Intelligence

Discover valuable insights into IP addresses attempting to impersonate your email or domain. Our advanced system scans these IP addresses against various databases, including but not limited to lists of Malicious IPs, open proxies, tor nodes, spammers, botnets, and attackers. DMARC is helpful for email marketers as well. Often, they don't know which IP(s) their emails are sent from by their ESPs. With the GoDMARC dashboard, they can see which IPs are used for sending marketing or transactional emails, their IP reputation (good, poor, or neutral), and whether they're blacklisted. This information helps improve email delivery. You can easily generate detailed reports for these IP addresses using the GoDMARC dashboard.

GoDMARC threat

DMARC Advance Filter Reports

Many SaaS platforms offer standard reports, which can be frustrating for customers who need customized reports. At GoDMARC, we listen to our customers' feedback. That's why we've introduced Advanced Filter Reports. These reports allow our customers to create their own DMARC reports with various combinations of SPF, DKIM alignments, IP reputation, IP blacklist status, dates, reporting sender, and more. And the best part? You can download all these reports for your convenience.

GoDMARC custom report


Your company Logo in customers inbox

Brand Indicators for Message Identification (BIMI) is an advanced email specification that can significantly boost your brand's visibility and credibility. Often called DMARC 2.0, BIMI allows you to include your brand's logo in every email you send to customers, vendors, partners, and more. What's unique is that this logo appears in the inbox preview, making it easier for recipients to recognize your brand without opening the email. BIMI has been shown to increase open rates for marketing emails.
Ready to get started? Generate your BIMI record now using the BIMI Record Generator Tool.

We offer Hosted BIMI services.


Dynamic SPF

Are you sending emails from multiple SMTP servers? Adding legitimate SMTP servers to your SPF records can cause an increase in DNS record lookups. SPF records have a global limit of 10 lookups. If your SPF exceeds this limit, you can use our Dynamic SPF tool to reduce lookups and stay within the limit of 10.

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2FA (Two Factor Authentication)

We've introduced an additional layer of security to bolster your protection beyond just passwords. This advanced security measure ensures a safe environment for our customers and significantly reduces the risk of identity theft. Your security is our top priority, and we are committed to providing you with the utmost protection against potential threats.


Alerts & Notifications

Stay informed and secure with our automated alert system. You'll receive timely notifications of any changes in your DMARC , SPF, and DKIM configurations.


In recent times, Spammers have found Email to be a convenient mode to spoof and criminals have found spoofing to be a proven way to exploit user's trust of well-known brands. Simply inserting the logo of a well-known brand into an email gives it instant legitimacy to many user's eyes.

Users find it difficult to differentiate between a real message and a fake one, and often large mailbox providers find it difficult to choose between which Emails to deliver and which one to retract. Senders remain oblivious of the problems with their authentication practises, because there’s no scalable way for them to indicate they want feedback and where it should be sent. Those attempting new SPF (Sender Policy Framework) and DKIM (Domain Keys Identified Mail) deployment, proceed very slowly and cautiously because of the lack of feedback. In other words, it means they have no authentication process to monitor progress and debug problems.

With the help of DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance) email senders and receivers work together to secure emails, to protect user's trust and to save brand goodwill from swindling.

At its most essential, DMARC makes it easier for email senders and receivers to determine whether a given message is from a legitimate sender and what to do if it isn’t. This makes it easier to identify spam and phishing messages and keep them out of peoples’ inboxes.

DMARC is a proposed standard that allows email senders and receivers to cooperate in sharing information about the email they send to each other. This information helps senders improve the mail authentication infrastructure so that all their mail can be authenticated. It also gives the legitimate owner of an Internet domain a way to request that illegitimate messages – spoofed spam, phishing – be put directly in the spam folder or rejected outright.

No. DMARC is only designed to protect against direct domain spoofing. If the owners/operators of ‘’ use DMARC to protect that domain, it would not affect ‘’ (notice the ".net" vs. ".com").

While impersonating a given domain is a common method used for phishing and other malicious activities, there are other attack vectors that DMARC does not address. For example, DMARC does not address cousin domain attacks (i.e. sending from a domain that looks like the target being abused - e.g. vs., or display name abuse (i.e. modifying the "From" field to look as if it comes from the target being abused).

A DMARC policy allows a sender to indicate that their messages are authenticated by SPF and/or DKIM and tells a receiver what to do if neither of those authentication methods passes – such as quarantine or reject the message. DMARC removes the guesswork from the receiver’s handling of these failed messages, limiting or eliminating the user’s exposure to potentially fraudulent & harmful messages. DMARC also provides a way for the email receiver to report back to the sender about messages that pass and/or fail DMARC evaluation.