File mail-dmarc.ini of Package perl-spamassassin-dmarc
; This is YOU. DMARC reports include information about the reports. Enter it here.
domain = example.com
org_name = My Great Company
email = email@example.com
extra_contact_info = http://www.example.com/dmarc-policy/
; aggregate DMARC reports need to be stored somewhere. Any database
; with a DBI module (MySQL, SQLite, DBD, etc.) should work.
; SQLite, MySQL and Postgresql are supported.
; Default is sqlite.
backend = SQL
dsn = dbi:SQLite:dbname=dmarc_reports.sqlite
;dsn = dbi:mysql:database=dmarc_report;host=db;port=3306
;dsn = dbi:Pg:database=dmarc_report;port=5432
; when validating DMARC messages, reports are not saved by default. This
; enables 'save by default'
auto_save = 0
; Sign outgoing report emails with DKIM
; Options match those which would be passed
; to Mail::DKIM::Signer
algorithm = rsa-sha1
method = relaxed
domain = signer.example.com
selector = dkim
keyfile = /path/to/private.key
; minimum reporting interval in seconds: default: none
; min_interval = 3600
; maximum reporting interval in seconds: default: none
; max_interval = 86400
; backend can be perl or libopendmarc
backend = perl
timeout = 5
public_suffix_list = share/public_suffix_list
; hostname is the external FQDN of this MTA
hostname = mail.example.com
cc = firstname.lastname@example.org
; list IP addresses to whitelist (bypass DMARC reject/quarantine)
; see sample whitelist in share/dmarc_whitelist
whitelist = /path/to/etc/dmarc_whitelist
; By default, we attempt to email directly to the report recipient.
; Set these to relay via a SMTP smart host.
server = mail.example.com
; the imap folder where new dmarc messages will be found
folder = dmarc
; the folders to store processed reports (a=aggregate, f=forensic)
f_done = dmarc.forensic
a_done = dmarc.aggregate
port = 8080
port = 8443