How DMARC Works?

DMARC is a TXT record that you add to your domain's DNS settings. It doesn't need any integration or installation with your current email setup. You don't have to change your MX or SMTP server details.

Simply insert the DMARC record into your domain's DNS settings, as recommended by your DMARC service provider like GoDMARC. Or if you've made your own DMARC records, you can create them here.

DMARC operates at the DNS level, where both the sender and recipient servers follow the policies defined in the DNS records.

How DMARC Works

Benefits of DMARC

While the primary functionality of DMARC is preventing email scamming and domain misuse, GoDMARC offers several organizational benefits

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Email Security: With all 3 email protocols in place, your domain name is protected against email phishing attacks, whether it's a BEC(Business Email Compromise) attack or an external attack like B2B (Business-to-Business) or B2C(Business-to-Consumer) using the same domain name. Before getting started with the policies, let's understand what the DMARC records look like and the meaning of their various tags.

GoDMARC Command over Domain

Improved Email Delivery: With the GoDMARC dashboard, all your legitimate SMTP sources are aligned and authenticated according to DMARC standards. This enhances email delivery, whether it's for corporate emails or marketing purposes.

Protecting Brand Reputation: When you set your DMARC policy to reject and implement a BIMI VMC certificate, it helps build trust and improves your brand's reputation.

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Reporting and Visibility: GoDMARC provides detailed analytics of emails failing or passing SPF, DKIM authentication and alignment. It identifies who is attempting to spoof your domain and from which IP address.

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