How to create a DMARC record

In this article, you'll learn how to create a DMARC record for the DMARC policy application of "none".

What you'll need:

  • a custom email address and domain name

Access hosting provider DNS settings

To add the DMARC record, you first need to go to the dashboard of the hosting provider where the domain was registered, then navigate to the DNS settings for your domain name.

Create a DNS entry

Create a DNS entry by following these steps:

1. Create a TXT record. After starting the record creation process, enter a name and value for the record.

2. For the name of the record, enter " _dmarc ".

The domain name will automatically added to the name, resulting in " ".

If the domain name is not automatically added at the end, you should then name the record " " instead of just " _dmarc ".

3. Enter the value of your record. Here's an example value for DMARC:

  • v=DMARC1; p=none;

For example:

If your email address is "", you need to add the value "v=DMARC1; p=none;".


1. By adding the DMARC record, a daily report is generated and sent by the email recipients (email providers). These DMARC reports are sent to the email address you set to the value "rua" when adding the DMARC record.

To avoid being flooded by these notifications, we recommend that you add a specific email address from the same domain that you'll dedicate exclusively to these notifications, and use it specifically for DMARC report notifications. All you need to do is set up the notification email on the "" part when adding the DMARC record.

2. DMARC reports are sent in raw form. To find out how to interpret them, please CLICK HERE. If you need further help in understanding your DMARC reports, you can contact our support team from HERE.

3. Once you have created the DMARC record, you can verify that it has been added correctly by visiting the website "". Enter your domain name and click "DMARC Lookup". The website will display a list of your DNS records, including your DMARC record:


  • Adding a DMARC record helps to ensure that all legitimate emails from your domain are authenticated correctly by receiving email servers.
  • You will receive DMARC reports to help you ensure that all legitimate emails are identified and pass authentication.
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