DMARC Checker Tool

If you’ve already deployed DMARC, use this free DMARC record checker tool to analyze your record and conduct a quick DMARC record check. Once published on your DNS, you can receive daily reports about domain spoofing attempts.

Take a shot at our DMARC record checker tool and get your DMARC record lookup done instantly with a single click!

DMARC Record Checker

Use this tool to lookup and validate your DMARC record.
Please enter a valid domain name, without http:// prefix

DMARC Status

This record has been correctly setup
This DMARC record is invalid

Record Checks

Valid DMARC record
DMARC policy
Aggregate Report (RUA) addresses
Forensic Report (RUF) addresses
Error Details

Tags Found

Tag Value Description
v DMARC Version
p DMARC policy
pct Percentage of emails to which the DMARC policy will be applied
rua Aggregate (RUA) reports URI(s)
ruf Aggregate (RUF) report URI(s)
fo The FO tag pertains to how forensic reports are created and presented to DMARC users.
aspf SPF alignment mode
adkim DKIM alignment mode
rf Format of failure reports
ri The ri tag corresponds to the aggregate reporting interval and provides DMARC feedback for the outlined criteria.
sp This tag represents the requested handling policy for subdomains.

What is a DMARC record Lookup?

PowerDMARC’s customary DMARC checker helps domain owners conduct a quick DMARC lookup to fish for possible errors in their DMARC record. More than just a validator, it is a DMARC diagnostic tool that gives you an in-depth analysis of your record. A DMARC check is essential to ensure that you have not erred while manually configuring your record. The DMARC lookup also confirms that your record is valid and fully functional.

What’s even better? Our DMARC record checker is completely free to use an unlimited number of times, no sign-ups or payment is required!

DMARC record lookup
DMARC record lookup tool

How to Use a DMARC record Checker / DMARC Record Lookup tool?

To use our DMARC record lookup tool and conduct a quick DMARC lookup, simply enter your domain name (e.g and hit the Lookup button. This will automatically initiate your DMARC check process, and you’re good to go!

Conduct a DMARC check from time to time, especially after making modifications to your DNS records to ensure everything is working as it should.

DMARC Records Check

DMARC requires the publication of a TXT or CNAME record in the Domain Name System (DNS) of your domain. The DMARC analysis software, DMARC record check, allows users to check the validity of this document or record. 

DMARC records checks can be used for free, as many times as required. This method translates the record and presents it with additional data to the user. Use this tool to find your record in the DNS and evaluate all possible options and implementation.

DMARC records check

How do I know if I have DMARC?

On using the tool, you will immediately become aware of whether or not DMARC is enabled for your domain. To check the status of your record search for a small green section under “DMARC status”:

DMARC status

You can also find the validity status under additional information about your record:

Valid record

More information about DMARC

Initial email authentication techniques, DKIM and SPF, helped verify the authority of sending domains. DMARC provides an alignment mechanism for SPF and DKIM to ensure complete security for domains and email channels. 

The DMARC protocol is TXT data stored in the DNS and is useful for getting information regarding the email channel, sender verification results, and spoofing attempts. The Domain Manager can control the email that is sent by the domain utilizing this protocol.

What does DMARC Domain Alignment mean?

In emails, the From contains the domain name before @. You can use DMARC to align your email’s From domain against the domain in SPF and DKIM headers. This is a validation mechanism (known as DMARC alignment) that affirms that the email is truly coming from the address it is claiming to be.

DMARC Domain Alignment
DMARC policy

Available Policies

Your policy enforcement mode (p) allows you to select between three options and provide preferences to recipients of emails that are not authenticated by DMARC. You can choose from the following DMARC policy:

  • Deliver it (none)

  • Keep it under review for later (quarantine)

  • Stop the delivery (reject)

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