DMARC reports

I just setup DMARC reports on my domain.
Now I am getting reports. One for example says the following:

This is a spf/dkim authentication-failure report for an email message received from IP on Fri, 15 Dec 2017 01:02:42 +0800.
Below is some detail information about this message:
 1. SPF-authenticated Identifiers: none;  2. DKIM-authenticated Identifiers: none;  3. DMARC Mechanism Check Result: Identifier non-aligned, DMARC mechanism check failures;

Emails are being randomly generated with addresses that do not exist like "".

What do I do now? I obviously do not want these to be sent. They should be stopped I their tracks.

Here is my DMARC record:

v=DMARC1; p=none;;; sp=none; ri=86400

Do I need to do anything?????
Newbie at this.
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Olgierd UngehojerSenior Network AdministratorCommented:
Check your settings by and if tests failed it is mean that you have something wrong with DNS configuration.
SOTAAuthor Commented:
David FavorLinux/LXD/WordPress/Hosting SavantCommented:
This is a report that is invalid.

Since you've set p=none on your DMARC record, add you get is a report + the message goes through.

Set p=reject to have forged email dropped every where.

Or maybe refer to for various DMARC policies, which are less restrictive.

You may also adjust your DKIM settings, if you prefer boosting restrictiveness via DKIM.

In general, SPF + DKIM + DMARC, tends to be complex. If you have infinite free time, handle this yourself.

If you have other things to do, besides mess with constant delivery problems, use a relay service like MailGun.

If you simply must run in house mail, you can cheat by running different domains through the Dmarcian Tools, like Gmail + Mailgun to see how they adjust all their settings.
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SOTAAuthor Commented:
Thanks for this! The thing is not all DMARC reports are showing spoofed emails. My concern is if I set p=reject, then I might inadvertently reject legitimate emails.
David FavorLinux/LXD/WordPress/Hosting SavantCommented:
This will only occur if your SPF records are incorrect.

If you set p=reject, be sure to extend SPF records anytime you add a new server which will originate email for your domain.

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SOTAAuthor Commented:
Great help!!
SOTAAuthor Commented:
Great point...thanks!!!
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