Thanks for your vote!

It’s way past time you got your DMARC record configured and applied! But don’t worry.

We have what you need to get yourself compliant with Yahoo, Gmail, and [soon] Microsoft’s rules.

Here are some resources to get you where you need to be.

Get up-to-speed on DMARC

This is your very first stop. We created a blog all about DMARC to help you understand what it is, what it does, and why it is so important today.


We’ll also explain all the different kinds of DMARC policies available and what they’ll unlock for your email performance. Run, don’t walk, to this blog!

Decoded the pieces of a DMARC policy

Each piece of a DMARC policy has a role to play. We put together this primer to help you figure out which bits and pieces do what, and how they all fit to create a properly configured DMARC policy.


If you prefer not to BYO-DMARC, we’ve got you covered. Scroll down to the next resource for a cheat code.

Generate your DMARC record easily

We have a tool created for everyone (non-users or customers, no matter to us!) to easily and quickly create a valid DMARC policy for your domain.


Just type in the correct pieces of information and a policy will appear. Copy and paste that into your DNS!

Don't forget the rest!

Another major requirement from Google, Yahoo, and likely Microsoft will be the implementation of one-click list-unsubscribe. This enables the little button in the preview of your email in the inbox allowing people to unsubscribe without needing to open and navigate to the real button or mechanism in the email.

It’s a fairly simple process, but if you need more info, this blog is definitely where you’ll find what you need.