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MXToolbox Health Checker reports warning for a domain in Plesk: DMARC Quarantine/Reject policy not enabled

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    Edwynn Flores Martínez

     

    What is the solution, if I see this image on https://mxtoolbox.com/ (The results are check on Green)

    My dmarc is correct in DNS setting

    _dmarc.example.com.        TXT        v=DMARC1; p=none

    I have tried mail-tester.com and I have a 10/10 rating, but it also asks me that the email is not authenticated

     

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    Anton Maslov

    Hello Edwynn Flores Martínez - you may ignore this warning. Currently, your policy "none" means if DMARC fail you still recommend accepting message from your domain. MX Toolbox recommends using more strict settings: either “p=quarantine” (will move to SPAM) or “p=reject” (will not accept at all) if DMARC fails.

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