Introduction to DMARC

DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance) serves as a technical specification for email authentication created in 2012 by a group of email administrators, security professionals, and industry leaders.

It is a security protocol used to identify and authenticate email senders. DMARC allows email senders to create a policy that specifies how receiving email servers should handle their emails. It helps the recipients know that your emails are genuine.