Topic: Does iredmail upholds the DMARC, DKIM, SPF policies?

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does it have the option to reject/drop/bounce any email that fail DMARC, DKIM, or SPF ?
does it even support DMARC ?
can it process/report DMARC ?

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Re: Does iredmail upholds the DMARC, DKIM, SPF policies?

iRedMail has SPF and DKIM verification enabled in Amavisd by default, also supports DKIM signing. but no DMARC support.

Just personal opinion: people are inventing new tool/policy/solution to fight spam, for example, Sender ID first, then SPF, DomainKeys, DKIM, and now DMARC, and needless to say there' will be something new coming soon.

I think DKIM is good enough, people were promoting it, but the problem is no BIG ISPs force sender servers to have DKIM signature. (same to Sender ID, SPF, DomainKeys, DKIM, DMARC). Let's say if Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail and Outlook.com decide to not accept email which doesn't have DKIM signature (OR, Sender ID, SPF, DKIM, whatever they think it's best) after Jan 1st, 2018, everything will change. we will have a better world. If ISPs still accept emails without DKIM (or ...), other mail server admins won't consider it seriously.

And i don't think DMARC is the silver bullet.


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