What are DMARC aggregate reports?

DMARC aggregate reports are files in the XML format containing aggregate email authentication information sent by Email Service Providers (ESP) like Gmail, Office 365, Yahoo Mail, etc. periodically to recipients designated by domain owners…

What is DKIM?

DKIM, which stands for DomainKeys Identified Mail, is an email authentication method designed to detect forged header fields and content in emails. DKIM enables the receiver to check if email headers and content have been altered in transit…

This post provides step-by-step instructions on how to add a DMARC record in CloudFlare.

About DMARC records

First of all, a DMARC record is a TXT record published to the DNS for your domain, under dmarc.yourdomain.com, where “yourdomain.com” is your actual domain or subdomain…

DMARC reports on the current status of your email authentication program by sending DMARC reports to the specified mailboxes. We will go over how to set up DMARC reporting to receive DMARC reports in this post.

When you publish a DMARC record in the DNS, not only can you specify the policy which i…

This article aims to provide a complete guide to implementing SPF, DKIM, and DMARC for your organization, and suggest the best practices for doing so. It is written in hopes that this will clear up confusion about what steps to take to achieve an effective DMARC deployment to secure business email a…

Sender Policy Framework (SPF) plays an important role in modern-day email authentication, along with DMARC and DKIM. It helps prevent emails from unauthorized senders from landing in the inbox.

We are going to present a comprehensive guide to SPF in this article…