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A Python package and CLI for parsing aggregate and forensic DMARC reports

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parsedmarc is a Python module and CLI utility for parsing DMARC reports. When used with Elasticsearch and Kibana (or Splunk), it works as a self-hosted open source alternative to commercial DMARC report processing services such as Agari Brand Protection, Dmarcian, OnDMARC, ProofPoint Email Fraud Defense, and Valimail.

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  • Parses draft and 1.0 standard aggregate/rua reports
  • Parses forensic/failure/ruf reports
  • Can parse reports from an inbox over IMAP, Microsoft Graph, or Gmail API
  • Transparently handles gzip or zip compressed reports
  • Consistent data structures
  • Simple JSON and/or CSV output
  • Optionally email the results
  • Optionally send the results to Elasticsearch and/or Splunk, for use with premade dashboards
  • Optionally send reports to Apache Kafka

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