DMARC settings and reports

SMTPeter supports DMARC. Via the rest API you can get the sent DMARC reports. The supported methods with respect to DMARC are:

(1) https://www.smtpeter.com/v1/dmarc
(2) https://www.smtpeter.com/v1/dmarc/DATE/FROM/FOR
(3) https://www.smtpeter.com/v1/dmarc/DATE/FROM/FOR/ID

Get DMARC reports

If you use DMARC for your SMTPeter account, ISPs and email providers periodically send reports with SPF and DKIM statistics.

These reports are accessible via the REST GET API with the following methods:

(1) https://www.smtpeter.com/v1/dmarc
(2) https://www.smtpeter.com/v1/dmarc/DATE/FROM/FOR
(3) https://www.smtpeter.com/v1/dmarc/DATE/FROM/FOR/ID

where DATE is the date of the report in the form YYYY-MM-DD, FROM is the domain who has sent the report, and FOR is the domain for which the report is send. If there are multiple reports for a FROM-FOR combination at a particular date, you can use ID (starting from zero) to retrieve the one you want. If there are multiple reports and ID is not provided, the first report is returned. The DMARC reports are XML documents.

If you call dmarc without any extra arguments (i.e. method 1), you receive an array with dates for which we possibly have DMARC reports for you. However, we advise you to use the logfiles method to see for which dates you have DMARC log files. The content in these DMARC logfiles gives you the information you need, like FROM and FOR, to get the DMARC reports.



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