DMARC Report Analyzer – DMARC XML to Human Converter

Our DMARC report analyzer tool converts complex XML files into information you can understand and analyze easily. We process, organize, and segregate your DMARC, RUA and RUF report data in a format that is both human-readable and visually appealing, with zero technical knowledge required!

Understanding DMARC Report Analyzer

DMARC report analyzer tool is a DMARC XML to human converter that instantly parses DMARC aggregate XML and forensic reports, making them simple and easy to read for even a non-technical person. With this all-in-one DMARC Converter tool you can:

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Instantly convert DMARC XML aggregate report data into a human-readable format using this DMARC report parsing tool.

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Visualize DMARC Authentication Results

Track your SPF, DKIM, and DMARC authentication results on a single DMARC converter interface.

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Monitor Daily
Email Flow

Survey your email channels and check mail flow to outperform your competitors’ email deliverability metrics.

DMARC Report Analyzer Features

Enjoy centralized DMARC report management and monitoring with our DMARC report analyzer! 

  • 7 Different Aggregate Report Views

    View your DMARC aggregate report data in 7 different viewing formats with our DMARC XML parser to filter specific to sending sources, results, organization, geolocation, etc.

  • Encrypted RUF Report Data

    Our DMARC parser comes with PGP forensic report encryption, ensuring your private email content stays hidden from any third party – including us!

  • Scheduled and Shareable PDF Reports

    Export your aggregate reports in comprehensive CSV/PDF formats to share them easily with your employees and across departments.

Automated Conversions with Enhanced Visuals

How Our DMARC Report Analyzer Works

To use our DMARC XML parser, you can follow the steps below:

The Importance of Reporting in DMARC

Benefits of DMARC Report Analyzer RUF Reports

Frequently Asked Questions – Answered

Forensic reports are sent by your receiver’s email service provider to the reporting email address defined by you in your DMARC record.

Your failure reports are sent almost immediately when an SPF or DKIM identifier for an email fails to align with DMARC.

DMARC aggregate reports are sent once a day daily to the email sender’s defined reporting email address.

You may not be receiving your DMARC reports for a variety of reasons like the inclusion of invalid email addresses in your DMARC record, lack of ISP support for forensic reporting, etc.