Does Recurly plan to support DMARC soon?

For customers on our Enterprise plan, if you have your domain set to quarantine 100%, but it doesn't pass DMARC we offer the ability to send emails on a dedicated IP address. Do this will increase the likelihood that an email will be delivered. However, to work around DMARC checks, you can use the following workaround:

  1. Create a subdomain on your existing domain that will be used specifically for Recurly emails, such as This email would be included in the From email setting of the email templates.
  2. Within the DNS configuration of your new subdomain, create a DMARC policy record that includes the attribute p=none. That policy will neither set a Quarantine or Reject policy action in the email header and the email would be routed to the end-user recipient's email server.
  3. The end-user would then need to set their email account spam filter to permit emails from
  4. Once the email arrives at the end-user's email server, their Spam filtering configuration will permit the email (from, to ultimately be delivered successfully into the end-user's inbox.

NOTE: Do not use recurly in the subdomain of the contact emails under Configuration - Site Settings -  Advanced Settings - Email Settings (for example, is not acceptable, but is).