Analyzing your DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance) reports can help you understand how your emails are being used and identify fraudulent emails that use your domain. Here are some steps to analyze your DMARC reports:
Set up your domain to publish DMARC reports: You need to set up your domain to publish DMARC reports by using a DNS TXT record. These reports are sent by mail servers that receive your emails.
Collect your DMARC reports: You can use our DMARC SaaS tool. These reports are generated by mail servers that receive your emails and are sent to the DMARC report address that you have configured.
Analyze your DMARC reports: You can use our DMARC analysis service to examine the reports and identify emails that do not comply with the DMARC policies that you have established. These services can show you statistics on emails that have been rejected or classified as spam, as well as senders that have used your domain fraudulently.
Take actions: Using the information provided by the DMARC reports, you can take actions to protect your domain against fraudulent use, such as blocking malicious senders or updating your DMARC policies to be more restrictive.
It's important to note that analyzing DMARC reports is an ongoing task, so it's important to continue to regularly check the reports and take measures to protect your domain against fraudulent use.