Once you signup to OnDMARC, the first thing you need to do is add your domains that you would like to monitor and protect with DMARC. You can do this by clicking on the Add domains button as shown below.
During step 3 of the onboarding above process, you will be presented with two options to choose from: Dynamic DMARC & Manual DMARC.
Dynamic DMARC will allow you to control your DMARC record and policies from within OnDMARC by delegating your DMARC record to us using NS or CNAME record. This is our recommended option.
The Manual DMARC option will present you with a TXT record for DMARC and every time you need to make a change to your DMARC record you will have to login to your DNS.
Here is the Dynamic DMARC option shown below:
If you choose Dynamic DMARC, OnDMARC will automatically generate the required record in the backend for you once you publish either the NS or CNAME record above. You can then control your DMARC settings under Dynamic Services, and then on the DMARC tab as shown below.
If you choose the Manual DMARC option during step 3, OnDMARC will generate the required TXT record for you to publish in the DNS.
Once you publish the DNS record required, OnDMARC will start receiving DMARC reports for your domain within the next 24 hours.