How to Add Multiple Reporting Email Addresses to DMARC Record?

DMARC Multiple Reporting Email Addresses

Can you add multiple reporting email addresses to a single DMARC record? The answer is yes, you can add multiple rua and/or ruf reporting email addresses to your DMARC record. That way, you will receive a copy of each DMARC report at each of the email addresses.

While a DMARC monitoring service like DMARCLY comes in handy, sometimes people might want to obtain report copies for various reasons. Achieving this goal is simple enough: adding your own email address to the rua and/or ruf tags in the DMARC record is all you have to do.

For example, let's say you already have a DMARC record published on your domain like below:

v=DMARC1; p=none; rua=mailto:[email protected]; ruf=mailto:[email protected]; sp=none;

Now you want to receive the same aggregate reports at [email protected], and forensic reports at [email protected], you can update the above record to:

v=DMARC1; p=none; rua=mailto:[email protected],mailto:[email protected]; ruf=mailto:[email protected],mailto:[email protected]; sp=none;

Remember to use our free DMARC record checker to check your updated DMARC record.

Once this is done, you should receive DMARC reports at your own email addresses in a couple of days.

If you are not getting any reports after a few days, refer to this post to learn why: Why Am I Not Receiving DMARC Aggregate or Forensic Reports? Specifically, you need to make sure external domain verification (EDV) is set up.

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