For any organization, its email infrastructure must be crucial.
The first step to start protecting your domain for your clients, vendors, partners, and everybody you send emails to is time to look into email security protocols.
DMARC, the Domain-based Message Authentication Reporting and Conformance, is designed to make internet service providers trust the emails sent from your domain.
DMARC is an email authentication, reporting and policy protocol. Email domain owners can protect their domain from fraudulent emails, also known as phishing.
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If you’re using Namecheap as your DNS provider, you’ll need to complete a DMARC record setup in Namecheap.
Steps to Add DMARC Record in Namecheap
Now let’s see how to add DMARC record in Namecheap in a few simple steps.
How to Generate a DMARC Record
There are two ways to generate a DMARC record:
When you directly register on EasyDMARC, our system automatically provides you with a DMARC Record upon adding your domain
You can also use EasyDMARC’s DMARC Record Generator tool to get a DMARC Record
Step 1. Setup Your DMARC Record in Namecheap
After generating DMARC Record, you need to update it in your NameCheap.
Login to your Namecheap account
Open the Domain List
Move to the Advanced DNS
Add New Record as shown below
Step 2. Add your DMARC Type, Host, and Value
Make sure to add your DMARC Type, Host, and Value.
Go to the Domain list
Open the Advanced DNS section
Add Type, Host and Value fields
Follow this example which shows how to fill in the fields:
Step 3. Click “Save” to finish your NameCheap DMARC setup
After updating the fields, click “Save” and finish your NameCheap DMARC record setup.
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