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Add a registered domain to Email Fraud Protection

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Article ID: 173789

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Email Security.cloud Email Fraud Protection

Issue/Introduction

How to add a registered domain to Email Fraud Protection service.

Resolution

Add a registered domain

A domain needs to be added to your Email Fraud Protection account initially, to manage email authentication. If the domain to be added is a new domain that has not been provisioned before for email, you can set up the SPF, DKIM and DMARC records as described in the "Get Instructions" section of the user guide. You can then proceed to configure email senders if any.

If the domain already exists and is in use as an email domain, then you can set up DMARC with a policy as None. But do not immediately proceed to set up SPF and DKIM. For domains that are already in use, it is important to first to review what is actually being sent to avoid interrupting existing email flows. Symantec Support can help you interpret the authentication results and assist you with getting this domain to enforcement.

To add a domain, do the following:

  1. On the Domains tab in the Registered Domains area, click Add a Registered Domain.
  2. Enter the domain name to register it in the Email Fraud Protection service, and click Add. The Configuration page for the registered domain appears. The domain name appears in the list of registered domains.