In case you use DNS Made Easy as your DNS provider, this document will take you through the steps you need to follow in order to publish your DMARC record. DMARC helps you verify and authenticate your email sending sources to help you protect your domain from spoofers and potential abuse. It safeguards your identity and also improves email deliverability with time.
Create a DMARC TXT Record
The first step to configuring DMARC for DNS Made Easy, is to create a TXT (text) record for the protocol. A DMARC record starts with v=DMARC1, pointing towards the protocol version used, followed by a range of mechanisms to specify your DKIM/SPF alignment mode, email addresses for DMARC reports, etc.
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If you already have a DMARC record for your domain, you should verify the validity of your record to make sure it has no errors by performing a free DMARC check.
Publishing DMARC Record in DNS Made Easy
Log in to your DNS Made Easy control panel
Locate Managed DNS and select your domain
In the designated section for publishing TXT records, click on the + icon to add a new TXT record
The name field you can leave blank to assign the default value pointing to your root domain, enter the value for your generated DMARC record in the value field, and in the TTL field enter 1800
Click on Add. It will take DNS Made Easy some time (24-48 hours) to process these changes, and then you are done!
Finally, to monitor your domains for an optimal email authentication experience, sign up for your free DMARC analyzer.