Hint: Enter your Domain Name, to verify your DMARC record or to create a new one!
Domain-based Email message authentication, reporting, and Conformance, using SPF or DKIM or both. Basically, it is a DNS line consisted of few rules of server policies called DMARC tags and values, that would be inserted in your Domain DNS record, to tell others how to handle the email messages that they receive from you, whether they are from you, or it was a fake email sent to look as it was. For this to work, you need to insert an SPF and DKIM line in your DNS record.
When you set the DMARC rules that you want to use and add your email address to it, reports would be sent to you when it passes or fails, it's up to your settings.
DMARC DNS line would look something like this:
v=DMARC1; pct=100; fo=1; ruf=mailto:email@example.com; rua=mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org; p=reject; sp=reject; adkim=s; aspf=s
To learn more about the tags, please visit our DMARC Tags page, or to learn more please visit:
DMARC offical site
*Note: If the Domain already has its record set, then your record setting would be shown and explained; otherwise You can create a new record.1. Insert a Domain name.