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How do I create a DMARC record for my Google domain?
How do I create a DMARC record for my Google domain?
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Written by Michael Burton
Updated over a week ago

Here is a step-by-step guide on how to add an DMARC record for your domain:

  1. Sign in to your domain provider's website.


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  2. Find the area where you can manage your DNS records. This will typically be in a section called "DNS Management" or "Advanced Settings."


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  3. Locate the area where you can add a new DNS record.


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  4. Select "TXT" as the type of record you want to add.


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  5. In the "Host" or "Name" field, enter "_dmarc"


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  6. In the "Value" or "Data" field, enter the following text:
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    v=DMARC1; p=none; rua=mailto:[email protected]


    ​**replace getrevli.com with your website domain


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  7. For the TTL, leave the default settings.

  8. Save the new DNS record.

*GoDaddy DMARC Record
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Once you've saved your changes, it may take some time for the DMARC record to propagate across the internet.

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