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How to Set Up DMARC Email Authentication for Klaviyo?

Klaviyo is a robust, all-in-one email marketing solution that helps you send emails. When you set up SPF for Klaviyo, you’re telling the world you’re the real deal—and giving yourself a way to protect your domain reputation in event of a phishing attack. It’s important to make sure that email receiving MTAs know that your emails are coming from a legitimate source and thereby improves email deliverability over time. 

Process for Setting Up SPF and DKIM authentication for Klaviyo

  • Login to your Klaviyo account 

  • Navigate to Settings and click on Domains and Hosting

  • Click on Get Started 

  • Enter your domain name and subdomain and select the option to continue

  • Klaviyo will generate DNS records which you will have to publish in your DNS to enable email authentication for your domain

  • Login to your DNS management console, and navigate to the DNS records section for adding new records 

  • Copy the 3 CNAME records and publish them on your DNS

  • Next copy the last TXT record and publish it on your DNS as well 

  • Once done wait for 24-48 hours for your DNS to process the changes, then open your Klaviyo account again 

  • Click on Verify Records button to verify your newly configured SPF and DKIM authentication for Klaviyo 

  • If the records are valid and correctly set up for your domain, a dialogue box appears confirming that your records have been verified. Close the box. 

  • This redirects you to the Domains and Hosting page, wherein now you will notice an Apply Domain button. Click on it. 

  • A dialogue box appears asking for confirmation. Check the box as shown below and click on Apply Domain. 

Note: Make sure you look up and validate your SPF and DKIM records with our email authentication lookup tools. This will make sure that your records are valid and correctly configured and highlight errors, if there

With this, your emails sent from your domain using Klaviyo as your ESP will now be aligned against SPF and DKIM and will pass the DMARC authentication check, successfully. You can additionally implement DMARC reporting for your domain with our DMARC report analyzer to stay updated on deliverability issues and authentication results. 

PowerDMARC is the author of this solution article.

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