SPF and DKIM pass but DMARC fails

KenD644
Participant

Hello!

We are testing as part of our preparation to being using CC to communicate with our customer base. We have successfully configured SPF and DKIM for use my our own domain, however DMARC is still failing. I believe it is because the mailed-by and signed-by domains do not match. Because of this, our emails show as from myname@mydomain.com via auth.ccsend.com and are being routed to spam/junk. How do I get the mailed-by and signed-by to match? And/or any other suggestions on how to get DMARC to pass? Thank you!

Tim

 

 

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Brian_H
Employee

Hello @KenD644

 

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RobinaB9
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I have noticed the same issue.  My emails / newsletters are going to the junk folder since CC added  via auth.ccsend.com to the end of the emails.  Is there a way to remove this?  

Hello @RobinaB9 ,

 

If you're having issues with authentication, I'd recommend reaching out to our Deliverability team so they can investigate.


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