DMARC reports

DMARC reporting

Useful Flowsteps with this feature

Real-time Analytics show you how many emails have hit the inbox or bounced

Setting a different sender can help you boost DMARC implementation

Archiving your emails makes sure none of them are lost when SPF or DKIM fails

What does the

feature do?

One tool for email deliverability

Deliverability is often the bottleneck of email programs. That's give you the easiest email authentication experience ever. Our platform guides you towards perfect email deliverability. With SPF and DKIM set up from the start, the only authentication that remains is DMARC. With our DMARC reporting tool, that's easier than ever before.

To-the-point reports and hands-on DMARC guidance

You don't like complexity in email authentication, so we took away just that. Our reporting tool is easy to use, yet comprehensive enough to show all the information you need about DMARC reports.

Configuring DMARC reports is simple, just use your Flowmailer domain to send reports to. The receiving party (Gmail, Outlook, et cetera) will send reports to this address when DMARC authentication failed.

How DMARC reporting works

The DMARC feature will show you exactly who've been sending emails on your behalf. With a simple color coding system (green, yellow, red) you'll see right away who's sent authenticated, nearly authenticated, and non-authenticated emails from your domain.

With this feature, you get insight in what parties (i.e. your event organizer or warehouse manager sending emails on your behalf) need improved authentication. And, in the end, get your DMARC policy to "Reject"

Read more about Email Authentication & DMARC »