• is my DMARC configured correctly?


  • Recently i have followed elastic email DMARC generator https://elasticemail.com/dmarc and configured at my DNS

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    emails are going to inbox, spf and all everything is working fine.

    But Google has sent me this email and I could not understand it. what does it mean?

    it has some xml file saying everything is pass does this mean it just a monthly or weekly email update?

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    <feedback>
    <report_metadata>
    <org_name>google.com</org_name>
    <email>noreply-dmarc-support@google.com</email>
    <extra_contact_info>https://support.google.com/a/answer/2466580</extra_contact_info>
    <report_id>1611736858736883544</report_id>
    <date_range>
    <begin>1632441600</begin>
    <end>1632527999</end>
    </date_range>
    </report_metadata>
    <policy_published>
    <domain>mydomain.com</domain>
    <adkim>s</adkim>
    <aspf>s</aspf>
    <p>none</p>
    <sp>none</sp>
    <pct>100</pct>
    </policy_published>
    <record>
    <row>
    <source_ip>200.100.45.55</source_ip>
    <count>1</count>
    <policy_evaluated>
    <disposition>none</disposition>
    <dkim>pass</dkim>
    <spf>pass</spf>
    </policy_evaluated>
    </row>
    <identifiers>
    <header_from>mydomain.com</header_from>
    </identifiers>
    <auth_results>
    <dkim>
    <domain>mydomain.com</domain>
    <result>pass</result>
    <selector>default</selector>
    </dkim>
    <spf>
    <domain>mydomain.com</domain>
    <result>pass</result>
    </spf>
    </auth_results>
    </record>
    <record>
    <row>
    <source_ip>200.100.45.55</source_ip>
    <count>2</count>
    <policy_evaluated>
    <disposition>none</disposition>
    <dkim>pass</dkim>
    <spf>pass</spf>
    </policy_evaluated>
    </row>
    <identifiers>
    <header_from>mydomain.com</header_from>
    </identifiers>
    <auth_results>
    <dkim>
    <domain>mydomain.com</domain>
    <result>pass</result>
    <selector>default</selector>
    </dkim>
    <spf>
    <domain>mydomain.com</domain>
    <result>pass</result>
    </spf>
    </auth_results>
    </record>
    <record>
    <row>
    <source_ip>200.100.45.55</source_ip>
    <count>1</count>
    <policy_evaluated>
    <disposition>none</disposition>
    <dkim>pass</dkim>
    <spf>pass</spf>
    </policy_evaluated>
    </row>
    <identifiers>
    <header_from>mydomain.com</header_from>
    </identifiers>
    <auth_results>
    <dkim>
    <domain>mydomain.com</domain>
    <result>pass</result>
    <selector>api</selector>
    </dkim>
    <dkim>
    <domain>elasticemail.com</domain>
    <result>pass</result>
    <selector>api</selector>
    </dkim>
    <spf>
    <domain>mydomain.com</domain>
    <result>pass</result>
    </spf>
    </auth_results>
    </record>
    <record>
    <row>
    <source_ip>900.40.50.60</source_ip>
    <count>1</count>
    <policy_evaluated>
    <disposition>none</disposition>
    <dkim>pass</dkim>
    <spf>pass</spf>
    </policy_evaluated>
    </row>
    <identifiers>
    <header_from>mydomain.com</header_from>
    </identifiers>
    <auth_results>
    <dkim>
    <domain>mydomain.com</domain>
    <result>pass</result>
    <selector>api</selector>
    </dkim>
    <dkim>
    <domain>elasticemail.com</domain>
    <result>pass</result>
    <selector>api</selector>
    </dkim>
    <spf>
    <domain>mydomain.com</domain>
    <result>pass</result>
    </spf>
    </auth_results>
    </record>
    <record>
    <row>
    <source_ip>100.000.00.90</source_ip>
    <count>1</count>
    <policy_evaluated>
    <disposition>none</disposition>
    <dkim>pass</dkim>
    <spf>pass</spf>
    </policy_evaluated>
    </row>
    <identifiers>
    <header_from>mydomain.com</header_from>
    </identifiers>
    <auth_results>
    <dkim>
    <domain>mydomain.com</domain>
    <result>pass</result>
    <selector>default</selector>
    </dkim>
    <spf>
    <domain>mydomain.com</domain>
    <result>pass</result>
    </spf>
    </auth_results>
    </record>
    <record>
    <row>
    <source_ip>77.777.77.78</source_ip>
    <count>4</count>
    <policy_evaluated>
    <disposition>none</disposition>
    <dkim>pass</dkim>
    <spf>pass</spf>
    </policy_evaluated>
    </row>
    <identifiers>
    <header_from>mydomain.com</header_from>
    </identifiers>
    <auth_results>
    <dkim>
    <domain>mydomain.com</domain>
    <result>pass</result>
    <selector>api</selector>
    </dkim>
    <dkim>
    <domain>elasticemail.com</domain>
    <result>pass</result>
    <selector>api</selector>
    </dkim>
    <spf>
    <domain>mydomain.com</domain>
    <result>pass</result>
    </spf>
    </auth_results>
    </record>
    </feedback>
    
  • Global Moderator Guru

    @hari nothing to worry about there. When you setup DMARC, it will also ask for an email address to send daily reports to. Google won’t be the only one sending these - you’ll get one from every domain that receives email from yours. Typically, it makes sense to redirect these to an unattended mailbox so they don’t clog up your main mailbox.

  • Global Moderator Guru

    @hari nothing to worry about there. When you setup DMARC, it will also ask for an email address to send daily reports to. Google won’t be the only one sending these - you’ll get one from every domain that receives email from yours. Typically, it makes sense to redirect these to an unattended mailbox so they don’t clog up your main mailbox.

  • Topic has been marked as solved  Hari Hari 
  • Unlocked by  phenomlab phenomlab 

  • @phenomlab said in is my DMARC configured correctly?:

    you’ll get one from every domain that receives email from yours.

    Today I have received another mail from outlook DMARC, i was referring to your reply again and found it very helpful/informative. thanks again.

    I wish sudonix 100 more great years ahead!


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