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To avoid any fraudulent senders from sending emails to guests, an email with BIMI must pass the Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance (DMARC) protection that the business has enabled on their domain.

  1. Generate your Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance (DMARC) record and set the enforcement level to Monitor Only.

  2. Add the DMARC record to your DNS.

  3. Set up an app like DMARC Monitor, and monitor DMARC status for a week or two.

  4. Ensure that you’ve authenticated all the applications that can send emails from your business domain. Do not change the enforcement level before you authenticate all the senders for your business; the emails will be blocked.

  5. Update the enforcement level to Quarantine to automatically move spammy emails in the spam folder.

  6. Update your DNS with the new record.

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