DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance) specifies these possible errors (non-pass) in SPF (Sender Policy Framework) authentication: none, neutral, fail (hard fail), softfail (soft fail), temperror (temporary error), and permerror (permanent error)…

When troubleshooting email delivery issues, you might run into some cryptic SPF error on the receiving email server along the lines of:

"SPF PermError: too many DNS lookups"

"SPF Permanent Error: too many DNS lookups"

"SPF Fail: too many DNS lookups"

These messages indicate that the SPF reco…

When you use various online tools to check a domain's DMARC record, you might run into one of the errors:

"No DMARC record found"

"DMARC record not found"

"Missing DMARC record"

"Unable to find DMARC record"

"No DMARC record published"

"Hostname returned a missing or invalid DMARC record…

Two-factor authentication (AKA 2FA) is a method of confirming a user's claimed identity by using 2 factors: credentials, and a one-time password (OTP). Two-factor authentication provides an extra layer of security to your DMARCLY account.

Steps to enable 2FA

Please follow these steps to enable t…

This post provides step-by-step instructions on how to add an SPF record in GoDaddy.

About SPF records

An SPF record is a TXT record published in the DNS on your domain, starting with v=spf1. It's used to perform SPF checks on the receiving email server…

This post provides step-by-step instructions on how to add an SPF record in CloudFlare.

About SPF records

An SPF record is a TXT record published in the DNS on your domain, starting with v=spf1. It's used to perform SPF checks on the receiving email server…