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Title: Setting up DMARC for Your Domain Using's cPanel Hosting: A Step-by-Step Guide

DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance) is an email authentication protocol that helps protect your domain from email spoofing and phishing attacks. By implementing DMARC, you can specify how receiving mail servers should handle unauthenticated emails, reducing the chances of spam and fraudulent messages. This article will guide you through setting up DMARC for your domain using's cPanel hosting.

Step 1: Log in to Your DomainIndia cPanel Account
Visit the website and log in to your account. Click on the "cPanel" option under the hosting section to access your cPanel dashboard.

Step 2: Access the DNS Zone Editor
In the cPanel dashboard, navigate to the "Domains" section and click on the "Zone Editor" icon. This will open a list of your domains hosted with

Step 3: Select Your Domain
Choose the domain you want to configure DMARC for by clicking on the "Manage" button next to it.

Step 4: Create a DMARC TXT Record
Click on the "Add Record" button in the top right corner and select "Add TXT Record" from the dropdown menu. In the "Name" field, enter "" (replace "" with your actual domain name). In the "Value" field, enter the DMARC policy details in the following format:

v=DMARC1; p=none;

Replace "" with your email address for receiving DMARC reports. You can also customize the DMARC policy based on your preferences. For example, you can change the "p" value to "quarantine" or "reject" to quarantine or reject unauthenticated emails, respectively.

Step 5: Set the Time to Live (TTL)
Set the "TTL" (Time to Live) for the DMARC record. The TTL determines how long the record will be cached by DNS servers. A common TTL value is 3600 seconds (1 hour). However, you can choose a higher or lower value based on your requirements.

Step 6: Save the DMARC Record
Click on the "Add Record" button to save your DMARC TXT record. It may take up to 48 hours for the record to propagate across the internet, although this process usually happens much faster.

Step 7: Monitor DMARC Reports
After setting up DMARC, you'll receive aggregate reports to the email address specified in the "rua" field. These reports provide valuable insights into your email delivery and authentication status, helping you identify and resolve any issues.

Setting up DMARC for your domain using's cPanel hosting can significantly improve your email security and deliverability. By following this step-by-step guide, you can protect your domain from spoofing and phishing attacks, ensuring a safer and more trustworthy email experience for your recipients.

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