[BUG] Emails that are sent locally inside the server are rejected with "DMARC: REJECT message" or "DMARC: message moved to QUARANTINE"

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    Jürgen Fröhler

    Using Plesk Onyx Version 17.5.3 Update #43 under ubuntu 16.04 there is no dmarc.conf where I can add the domain

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    Robert Asilbekov

    @Jürgen Fröhler if it the file is absent just create it. I updated the article with instructions.

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    Antuan Chavez

    Somebody knows if using this temporary solution, will it recognize and stop the spoofing attacks? or it will skip the DKIM and SPF analysis?

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    Alexandr Redikultsev

    Hi, @Antuan Chavez,

    As far as I know, it should not skip SPF and DKIM.

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    Antal

    When can we expect a fix for this issue?

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello @Antal,

    Right now there is no exact ETA for this bug to be fixed, stay tuned for this article updates.

    Until a fix becomes available, use the provided workaround.

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    Nucleus Inc. NOC

    2 month old bug that is effecting mailflow.  when is this going to get fixed?

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello @Nucleus Inc. NOC

    The ticket was created to check it in more details.

    Please, expect this update there.

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    Dr. Koontz

    Hello,

    Has this been addressed/fixed in Plesk Obsidian?

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    Leonid Gukhman (Edited )

    @Dr. Koontz 

    Hi, not fixed yet; there is no ETA for it so far, either. However, it's being worked on.

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    Lex

    We are also having this problem. Please have this fixed.

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