Exchange Online sends now DMARC Aggregate Reports
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Lately there has been an Anoucement that Exchange Online will also send DMARC Aggregate Reports (RUA) if the MX Points directly to Exchange Online. If the MX Reports to not Point to Exchange Online (or Exchange Online Protection) then no DMARC Report will be sent.
I have configured a DMARC Record in my Domain
Resolve-DnsName -Type TXT -Name _dmarc.icewolf.ch
Last week i've sent out a few Mails to M365 Tenants, Google and my outlook.com Address to see if the DMARC Aggregate Reports would show up.
In the Overview of DMARCAdvisor i open the detail Viewer
When we open up the details we can see that there are Reports from:
- Enterprise Outlook (Office 365)
- Outlook.com (Windows Live / Microsoft Accounts)
this tells me that now M365 is also sending out DMARC Reports to senders.
That's a huge improvement as the DMARC Standard exists since about 2015 and will help Customers to adopt and improve theyr DMARC Record.
The Enterprise Outlook (aka Office 365 / Exchange Online) is already visible at tis DMARC Data Provider List
I love this Improvement. It was about time, that another big Player like Exchange Online joined the Gang of DMARC Aggregate Reporters. With that the Amount of covered Emaildomains will be significantly increased and the Reports finally help more People to adjust theyr DMARC Records and will also find about when they are misused.