Reports generated from our DMARC Management Platform give you insight into what is happening with a particular aspect of your domains. A useful resource to keep decision makers and stakeholders informed and updated relative to DMARC deployment and maintenance, reports help to bridge this gap. For dmarcian’s MSP and MSSP Partners, reports can be utilized to provide information to their client base. Since MSP clients can’t view their domain details on the dmarcian platform, reports are a way MSPs can keep their clients informed of their DMARC project. The following reports can be generated from our platform: Domain Status Reports: contains domain status information including email authentication deployment state and volume statistics. This report is based on the past seven days of data from the time it was generated. Issue Summary Reports: lists outstanding issues related to email authentication deployment. Account Progress Reports: provides an overview of all domains in
To fulfill dmarcian’s mission of spreading DMARC everywhere, we know that partnering with Managed Service Providers (MSP) is essential. In order for that partnership to be successful, dmarcian created a solution that gives MSPs the functionality, tools and education to manage their clients’ DMARC projects through one application. Our Client Groups feature allows MSPs to manage their clients in one account. A Client Group is simply a customer of an MSP. Every time a new customer’s domains are added into the dmarcian application, a new Client Group should be created to house those domains. This allows the MSP to know which domains belong to a particular customer and makes the information easily visible in the application. The ability to manage all customer’s DMARC projects in the dmarcian application is through Client Groups. How to Add a Client Group Once you are logged into the platform, click the Add Group button: After clicking
SPF allows a domain owner to publish a list of servers that are allowed to send on behalf of a domain. When processing a domain’s DMARC data, dmarcian uses the domain’s SPF record to identify IPs that are authorized by the domain. The post SPF-Identified Servers—What is this Source? appeared first on dmarcian.
To fulfill dmarcian’s mission of spreading DMARC everywhere, partnering with Managed Service Providers (MSP) is essential. In order for that partnership to be successful, dmarcian created a solution that gives MSPs the functionality, tools and education to manage their clients’ DMARC projects through one application. The post How To Create a Client Group appeared first on dmarcian.
Here’s a checklist you can use to get DMARC into place. The post DMARC Deployment Checklist appeared first on dmarcian.
The SPF Surveyor is a diagnostic tool that presents a graphical view of SPF records for a specific domain. This view can help you figure out which entries are in use and which ones are no longer needed. The post SPF Surveyor: See your SPF Record Activity appeared first on dmarcian.
The Detail Viewer is a comprehensive data discovery tool that allows you to explore your DMARC data in a variety of ways and to inform you on how to get your email sources compliant with DMARC. The post Detail Viewer Overview appeared first on dmarcian.
dmarcian’s Domain Overview displays a summary of the status of all your domains and sources along with a geographical location of recent abuse. It is a great place to get started, as you can view the state of your domains at a glance so you can get to work locking down your email domains. The post Domain Overview Explained appeared first on dmarcian.