DMARC Implementation Suggestion

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With DMARC becoming more important the lack of DMARC implementation by myEmma is becoming more of an issue. It is used heavilly by email providers such ad Google, Yahoo, Outlook, and Office 365. Getting mail to our recipients there is becoming increasingly difficult. I have been informed that DMARC is planned for implementation by the end of Q1 2018. I am very happy they you are at least looking at this.

There are two methods of DKIM compliance SPF alignment, which references the envelope domain, and DKIM alignment, which references the DKIM key domain. SPF alignment is easier to do but does not cover problems caused by auto-forwarded emails. More emails would get through as the DKIM key can be more easily preserved in auto-forwarded emails.

We use an email forwarder called Mailgun and they implement both SPF and DKIM alignment so it is possible.

Implementing both SPF alignment and DKIM alignment would be best but if you have to pick one please pick DKIM.
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Joe Klovance

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Ben Harrington, Employee

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Hi There,
Thank you for writing in and providing this feedback! I am going to go ahead and pass this on to our engineering team so they have this feedback when exploring DMARC implementation!