This article will be deprecated. Please refer to our articles and videos for getting started with Valimail Enforce.


New EFP customers onboarding on to the Valimail platform should point their DMARC record to the Enforce platform by creating an NS record to point to ns.emailfraudprotect.email. (notice the period at the end).


Please refer to these articles:

Pointing a DMARC Record to Valimail

Pointing an SPF Record to Valimail

Pointing DKIM to Valimail


or watch the video guides:

Video Guide: Kickoff

Video Guide: Platform Overview

Video Guide: Adding a Sender



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Follow these steps to point your DMARC record to Symantec Email Fraud Protect.

 

Update your _dmarc TXT record.

This allows Symantec to receive your DMARC aggregate reports.


If you already have a _dmarc TXT record: add dmarc_agg@emailfraudprotect. to the "rua" parameter. Your TXT record should look as follows:

"v=DMARC1; p=none; rua=mailto:dmarc_agg@emailfraudprotect.email;"


If you don't have a _dmarc TXT record: create the following TXT record in DNS:

Type

TXT

Host/Name

_dmarc.<your domain name>
Value
"v=DMARC1; p=none; rua=mailto:dmarc_agg@emailfraudprotect.email;"


Example: If your domain name is vmcs1.com, the host/name value to create for the TXT record would be _dmarc.vmcs1.com

⚠️ Note:

  • If a _dmarc TXT record already exists, be sure to only add dmarc_agg@emailfraudprotect.email to the "rua" parameter; do not modify any other parameters in the record unless you're sure of what you're doing, otherwise you may impact email deliverability for your organization.
  • No change to your email flow will occur. Symantec will see no PII.


 Still having problems? Just email us at support@emailfraudprotect.com -- we're here to help!