Publishing a DMARC Office365 DNS record with a policy of none without RUA/RUF tags is the equivalent of not publishing a DMARC record at all. The none policy does not enforce any action on spoofed emails that are failing DMARC and without the RUA/RUF tags, you lack the visibility needed to find out who is sending emails on your behalf (legitimate and spoofing entities)
Why Do You Need DMARC for Office365?
When it comes to securing your organization’s email systems, it’s not enough to rely on Office 365’s in-built security features, because they may only protect you from inbound phishing attempts to a certain extent. That means you still need to deal with malicious sources sending phishing email from your organization’s own domain. Office 365 does not provide you with any visibility or information on your SPF/DKIM/DMARC configuration errors as well.
The good news is, that’s what we’re here for! As your DMARC service provider, PowerDMARC can seamlessly integrate with Office 365, providing you maximum visibility and securing your domain. Our platform allows you to get information on spoofing attempts, help you enforce DMARC policy and protect your brand, making DMARC for office 365 accessible to everyone out there!
Why Do You Need PowerDMARC’s DMARC Office365 Setup?
You can follow our step-by-step guide on how to make your Office 365 solution DMARC-compliant.
Frequently Asked Questions on DMARC Office365
Does PowerDMARC integrate with Microsoft Office 365?
Yes PowerDMARC integrates with office 365 seamlessly
How does it integrate with the administrative portal?
There is no need to do integration with the administrative portal; you just need to publish DMARC record generated by PowerDMARC to the FAR Cloud domain.
What does your product do above and beyond what Microsoft does?
Microsoft APT protects you against inbound phishing attacks whereas PowerDMARC protects your domain from being spoofed/impersonated and fake mails being sent on your behalf to anyone. They both have different roles.
Microsoft does not provide the visibility, publishing a DMARC record directly with an enforcement policy can break all email communication. DMARC sends two types of reports Aggregate and Forensic which PowerDMARC represents in a detailed way so you can visualize if any legitimate source is rejected by DMARC policy or malicious source needs to be rejected.
What is the value proposition?
Ensuring no one can send emails from your own domains and gain visibility on any malicious senders using your domain for sending scams on your behalf.