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The Power of DMARC Data is in Your Hands

DMARC Reporting lets you view your whole domain like never before

What is DMARC RUA?

  • DMARC Aggregate Reporting, or RUA, is a feature central to DMARC, setting it apart from previous email authentication protocols. 

  • DMARC RUA allows you, the domain owner, to receive daily reports sent from receiving email servers telling you which emails did and did not pass DMARC, SPF and DKIM authentication. It also tells you about their DMARC alignment.

  • RUA reports are generated as XML files that are sent to the recipient email address provided in your DMARC record. The reports contain an overview of:

    • the email receiver that sent the report
    • emails that passed or failed DMARC, SPF and DKIM
    • the number of emails sent through your domain
    • IP addresses that sent email from your domain
  • RUA data is so important to DMARC because it’s a way for domain owners to not only identify where they may be having email delivery issues, but also discover if someone is trying to spoof their domain. This allows them to take quick action to resolve the issues and secure their email channels.

Secure your entire email channel

Why is DMARC Reporting Important?

  • Daily overview of your email channels

    See the status of email in your domain constantly updated day-on-day

  • Identify delivery issues, boost delivery rates

    If your emails are failing DMARC, use RUA data to fix the issue and improve deliverability

  • Detect suspicious IP addresses

    Unauthorized IPs sending emails from your domain are easy to find in the report

  • Take quick, effective action

    In the event of a spoofing attempt, you can identify and blacklist abusive IPs

How Does PowerDMARC Make Reporting Better?

Automatically translated reports

We convert complex XML report files into intuitive charts, graphs and data so you can save time

Find problems instantly

Our platform automatically finds and highlights suspicious activity so you can efficiently eliminate spoofing attempts