Report Quota Explained

Report Quota Explained

At URIports, we value transparency and simplicity. Our subscription plans vary based on the number of monitored domains, available features, retention days, and report count. Most of these factors are straightforward, except perhaps the monthly report quota, which I'll explain in this blog.

Report Types

URIports supports a wide range of report types for both web and email. For web reports, any violation or error detected by a visitor's web browser on your domain triggers a report sent to us. The new reporting API can bundle several reports in one call, but we count each separately. We count email reports for DMARC and TLS-RPT in the same way. Unlike most DMARC monitoring services that base their quota on the number of emails the domain sends, we count the number of reports received. The report count is a fraction of the amount of emails sent.

DMARC Aggregate Reports

A DMARC-compliant email server receiving emails from your domain aggregates report data over 24 hours, split into reports for each source IP and SPF/DKIM authentication result. If your domain sends a thousand emails from a single source IP to addresses, Google will send just one DMARC report. Another scenario: if you send a million emails to 500 DMARC-compliant servers from three different source IPs, we'll likely receive up to 1500 reports every 24 hours.

Free Trial

To get an accurate indication of how many reports you'd generate, try our free 30-day trial. After that, you can start with a smaller subscription and upgrade if needed. Should you hit your report quota, we'll halt new report processing, but you'll still have access to and be able to analyze the data we've already processed.


For any further questions about our subscriptions, contact, and we'll gladly assist you promptly.