1. How to add a DMARC record to your domain

    What is DMARC? Domain-based Message Authentication Reporting and Conformance (DMARC) is method to help authenticate emails you send from your domain names. When added to your domain a DMARC policy tells a receiving mail server how to act after receiving an email from an email address using your domain after it’s checked the SPF (Sender Policy Framework) and DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) records. DMARC records help reduce the chance of your domain being subjected to email spoofing, where a someone impersonates email you send by changing the from address to make it appear as if you sent an email. A

  2. I received an email from DomainsFoundry asking to verify the accuracy of Whois data for my domain. What shall I do?

    Emails with a subject starting “Reminder to verify the accuracy of Whois data for”, are authentic emails from . The emails will come from our sales@domainsfoundry.co.uk email. The email is an automated reminder to help you keep the contact data associated with your domain registration up-to-date. If the contact information for your domain needs to be updated, please do so from your account. These emails are required by ICANN. You can check more information about this here. Only ICANN domains are subject to this requirement. If you wish to check the authenticity of the email, please login to your account