Tired of ambiguous reports and confusing applications? Our platform is designed to guide you through implementing your own policy with ease.
DMARC doesn't have to be confusing. The Message Center is designed to bring critical issues to your attention by summarizing compliance across any number of domains.
Utilizing DMARC's "observation mode," we analyze compliance trends and suggest corrective action, ultimately guiding you towards a quarantine or reject policy.
Effortlessly monitor your DMARC compliance with custom email, SMS, Slack, HipChat, PagerDuty, or webhook alerts. Set it and forget it. We'll make sure you receive the right alerts at the right time.
Once we're receiving your DMARC reports, we'll grade ("Good," "Moderate," etc.) your compliance to set a clear benchmark for improvement. And if you need a hand, our experts are here to help.
Using our threat map and forensics, you can see a visual time lapse of threat sources around the world to give you visibility into unverified mail sources, including forensics and message samples for investigation.
During observation, 250ok will collect and analyze your DMARC reports to bring authentication issues to your attention and help you improve your compliance.
During quarantine, receiving mailbox providers will treat compliance failures as suspicious. 250ok then analyzes reports to help you identify false positives and fraudulent mail sources.
The final step is protecting your reputation by instructing receiving mailboxes to reject all inbound messages that fail DMARC authentication.
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