To get started with EasyDMARC, the first step is straightforward and can be completed in just a few minutes. Begin by updating your DMARC record for your domain. Make sure to set the DMARC policy to the monitoring stage (p=none) and include EasyDMARC's RUA (Reporting URI Aggregate) and RUF (Reporting URI Forensic) addresses in your DMARC record.
Updating the DMARC record enables EasyDMARC to provide you with comprehensive reports on your email infrastructure. These reports contain valuable data and insights that you need to analyze. They help you identify any underlying authentication issues and potential vulnerabilities within your email system.
Carefully review the reports received from EasyDMARC and take necessary actions to address any authentication problems. EasyDMARC offers user-friendly tools and guidance to help you interpret and understand the reports, making it easier for you to optimize your email security.
Once you have analyzed and resolved any issues, you can gradually start enforcing the DMARC policy by setting it to Reject. This step helps you block unauthorized use of your domain and significantly enhances your email security. By enforcing DMARC policy, you protect your brand reputation and ensure that only legitimate emails are sent using your domain.