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Email Analyzer Report
Email Analyzer Report
Updated over a week ago

Applicable Products: Monitor, Align.

The Email Analyzer Report is the latest addition to the Monitor and Align platform. The purpose of this report is to provide real-time insights into the compliance of marketing emails with the bulk mail-sending requirements of Google and Yahoo. Simply send an email to the designated address displayed at the top of the report page, and within a matter of seconds, it will be reflected in the report. We highly recommend utilizing our report to ensure the success of your email campaigns and to avoid any potential issues with deliverability.

How to access the Email Analyzer Report

  1. Go to and log into your Monitor or Align account.

  2. Click on Email Analyzer Report from the side panel.

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Using the Email Analyzer Report

  1. Send an email to the address located at the top of the Email Analyzer Report page.

  2. Wait a few seconds, then select the Date and Domain, and you will see the email listed in the table below.

  3. Click on View Details to see a compliance summary.

It may take anywhere from a few seconds to one minute for the email to show up in the report.

What are the bulk email-sending requirements?

Starting from February 2024, Google and Yahoo require bulk email senders to authenticate their emails with both SPF and DKIM and have a DMARC record published on their sending domain with at least a policy of p=none in place (a stronger policy is recommended). For an email to pass DMARC, one of the authentication methods needs to be configured in an aligned manner. To read more about the email authentication requirements for bulk email senders, please check this article.

Verifying the compliance using the Email Analyzer Report

The Results column in the Email Analyzer Report will show a Pass or Fail indicating if an email is compliant with the Google and Yahoo requirements or not. Clicking on View Details on the far right will provide more insight.

A Pass means that the email was authenticated with SPF and DKIM, a valid DMARC record is published on the sending domain, and the DMARC check passed.

A Fail indicates that one or more of the requirements was not met. Possible issues include:

  • SPF authentication Failed.

  • SPF record is missing.

  • DKIM authentication failed.

  • DKIM Record is missing.

  • DMARC check has failed.

  • DMARC record is missing.

Here are a few examples of emails failing the compliance check.

In the example above, SPF authentication failed because the SPF record was either missing or was not published correctly in the external DNS.

This email failed SPF authentication, meaning that the sending IP is not listed in the SPF record of the 5321.MailFrom domain. The DKIM authentication failed because the public DKIM key record is not published in the DNS. Due to the lack of SPF and DKIM authentication and alignment, the email failed the DMARC check.

This email was authenticated with SPF, but DKIM authentication failed probably due to the public DKIM key record not being published correctly, or the email content being modified in transit. DMARC also did not pass the compliance check, because there is no DMARC record published on the sending domain.

We would be more than happy to assist you with any inquiries or feedback you may have regarding the Email Analyzer Report. Please feel free to reach out to us at [email protected]. We are always here to help!

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