We run a Virtualmin setup with over 150 domains and each one has a DMARC DNS record that was set up with the Virtualmin default of sending e-mail reports to email@example.com (where domain.com is the virtual server's domain name). However, because our business model is building Websites for other businesses, and managing the entire lifecycle of the site for them (including maintenance and updates), we've set the contact e-mail address for each of these 150+ virtual servers, and thus the address to which e-mails to firstname.lastname@example.org are forwarded, to be the same internal e-mail address.
This means that DMARC report e-mails are being sent to the same address for each of our virtual servers and this is starting to cause problems because Gmail (which hosts that address) is rate limiting us due to the number of reports sent out and the daily frequency of these reports.
Therefore, I was looking for a way to either (1) easily change the e-mail address/URI of existing DMARC DNS records by way of the Virtualmin GUI or command line, or (2) disable reports for existing DMARC records (by removing the RUA/RUF properties of these records), neither of which is possible at the moment, at least not to my knowledge. If there's something I'm missing here please fill me in, but as of right now I haven't been able to find a way in Virtualmin to easily accomplish my ideal goal of just removing the report properties from DMARC records for one or more existing virtual servers to stop reports from being sent at all.
Is this something that could be added to Virtualmin in the future, more fine-grain control over DMARC report settings?