Atlassian is a UK-based, Australian-American software company that provides services like Jira and Trello.
Our setup guide covers the steps for setting up Atlassian SPF and DKIM.
Setup for SPF and DKIM:
Step 1: Go to Settings from your admin panel.
2nd step: Click on “Emails” then add a domain.
Step 3: Once you’ve added your domain, Atlassian will provide you with SPF and DKIM configuration records. Add them under your domain’s DNS zone.
Step 4: Make sure you update your current Atlassian SPF configuration record with the include provided. Do not add a separate new record.
Step 5: Add all remaining records to the DNS zone.
Note: For CNAME records, disable proxy status if using Cloudflare.
Step 6: Now that the records have been added, wait for Atlassian to verify them. In our case, it took about 5 hours.
Under email domains, you should see the status as active once everything is set.
Step 7: From here, you can send DMARC-compliant emails from Atlassian. Just be sure to select an email that ends with your domain as the return path address.
To configure it:
- Go to Projects > Notification Settings
- Click “Edit”
- Select the correct email
Note: Wait at least 24 hours to receive updated DMARC reports to verify that outbound Atlassian emails are compliant.
If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact the EasyDMARC support team at [email protected]
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*** This is a syndicated EasyDMARC Security Bloggers Network blog written by Knarik Petrosyan. Read the original post at: https://easydmarc.com/blog/atlassian-spf-and-dkim-setup-step-by-step/