- Allow to view pass/fail data for the parsed reports
- Identify potential DMARC related issues through red/orange/green signals
Installation and Configuration
To install dependencies...
you need a webserver (apache, nginx, ...) with installed php and additionaly:
apt-get install php-mysql
Download the required files:
git clone https://github.com/techsneeze/dmarcts-report-viewer.git
Once the PHP files have been downloaded, you will need to copy
cp dmarcts-report-viewer-config.php.sample dmarcts-report-viewer-config.php
Next, edit these basic configuration options at the top of the
dmarcts-report-viewer-config.php file with the appropriate information:
$dbhost="localhost"; $dbname="dmarc"; $dbuser="dmarc"; $dbpass="xxx"; $dbport="3306"; $cssfile="default.css"; $default_lookup = 1; # 1=on 0=off (on is old behaviour ) $default_sort = 1; # 1=ASCdening 0=DESCending (ASCending is default behaviour )
default.css are in the same folder.
Navigate in your browser to the location of the
You should be presented with the basic report view, allowing you to navigate through the reports that have been parsed.
Legend of the Colors
- Green : DKIM and SPF = pass
- Red : DKIM and SPF = fail
- Orange : Either DKIM or SPF (but not both) = fail
- Yellow : Some other condition, and should be investigated (e.g. DKIM or SPF result were missing, "softfail", "temperror", etc.)
More info can currently be found at : TechSneeze.com