Add DMARC to the Email Authentication UI

benny@cpanel.net shared this idea 7 months ago
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As a cPanel end user and server administrator I would like cPanel to add DMARC to the Email Authentication interface in cPanel in order to ensure that all available email authentication options are presented to me in one place.

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Yes please! This was originally requested in https://features.cpanel.net/topic/dmarc-config-in-email-authentication-section but they closed it as "completed" since it was added to the DNS Zone Editor but that's not what the OP asked for since editing zones is quite a bit more advanced but DMARC should go hand-in-hand with SPF & DKIM since all the major e-mail providers use it. Hiding it just delays this well established standard's deployment even more. :(

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So sorry for the frustration! The ability to add and manage DMARC records isn't being hidden, though I can understand how it feels like that. The original request was submitted before the new Zone Editor was being developed, and so that request was used to track the addition to the Zone Editor. I opened this request once that decision was made, in order to see how many folks wanted to see it in the Email Authentication interface as well. To more clearly differentiate between this request and that one I've updated the title on the old one.

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Hi Benny since DMARC relates to email authentication, i think it only makes sense that is in there. Perhaps at the very least just having a LINK that takes an end user to the zone editor DMARC area,could be a compromise that could be implemented fairly quickly?

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It's certainly possible, but isn't something we're working on right now. I'll see about bringing it up to the appropriate team ASAP.

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Yes please, add this function in order to give better reputation in our mails sent.

Thanks!

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I second this request. DMARC is as important as the other 2 auth methods.

Also, if in the meantime anyone knows of a console command to enable DMARC on every DNS entry of every account in a server, it could be interesting to implement it massively.