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Topic: Emails without DMARC record go to junk instead of ban.

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It seems emails without a proper DMARC record are being rejected by our server. Is it possible to have these emails delivered in our Junk folder instead of being completely rejected?

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Re: Emails without DMARC record go to junk instead of ban.

77 wrote:

It seems emails without a proper DMARC record are being rejected by our server. Is it possible to have these emails delivered in our Junk folder instead of being completely rejected?

I don't understand this situation. Could you please share us related log which can indicate it's rejected due to missing DMARC DNS record?

iRedMail doesn't reject email due to missing DMARC DNS record. I'm curious why it happened on your server.

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Re: Emails without DMARC record go to junk instead of ban.

My apologies, I was mistaken. They are being rejected for other reasons but they all seem to have that in common.