I am noticing that since July 10th I am no longer receiving DMARC reports from Microsoft Corporation (protection.outlook.com).
This happens on 2 of my domains, while on another domain I still receive them regularly.
It seems like my problem at this point, but I don’t know where to look anymore.
- I receive RUA and RUF on a single email address (I have not separated them) and on the domain where I still receive Microsoft I have different RUA and RUF addresses. Could this be it?
For all domains I have hard fail SPF and DMARC none or quarantine policy.
For one of domain I receive them and for other 2 domains I do not receive them.
Same mail server (Google Workspace) and same method to receive RUA/RUF (Google Groups on its own domain).
Has this ever happened to you?
No, but I have only ever used the address assigned by DMARC reporting tools. Sending DMARC reports to a Google Group or an individual’s mailbox doesn’t seem like an efficient way to handle XML reports. Does your current approach meet a specific need that wouldn’t be better served by a reporting service?
Sure, I use Google Groups and I forward to an Inbox where I can parse all the email with IMAP and DMARC parser tool.
I think Microsoft doesn’t send officially RUA and someone say also that Microsoft it’s not conform to RFC standard because there are some misconfiguration on email with report.
We do see Microsoft reports still being sent to our global RUAs. As a reminder, these reports are sent for their free webmail domain, such as outlook, msn, hotmail, and live. Their enterprise solutions such as exchange online (365) does not send XML reports still.