Why do I need DMARC?
Frequently Asked Questions
More and more cybercriminals try to lull their targets into security and to deceive them. This is how they write emails on behalf of other people and organizations. DMARC checks the structure and information of these emails. If an email does not meet the requirements, it can be marked as suspicious or the acceptance can even be rejected. We recommend that you use the spam protection setting as 'Store spam in spam folder', since a rejected e-mail cannot be retrieved in the mailbox afterwards - it does not arrive there in the first place.