Out of Office notification may fail DMARC authentication when you have sent it through the Symantec Email Security.cloud service; DKIM signature is not in the mail header. The mails may be delivered to the recipient's Junk folder when action in DMARC record set as q=none, or q=quarantine but recipients do not have quarantine environment.
Out of Office notification is commonly sent from a null sender as the Env Sender (RFC5321.MailFrom) and the users mail address as a Body sender (RFC5322.From). When Symantec delivers mails to recipients, HELO/EHLO identity is Symantecs host name, which is used as the Env Sender in SPF/DMARC authentication instead of a null sender.
Env Sender (RFC5321.MailFrom)
Body sender (RFC5322.From)
The reason for DMARC failure is SPF alignment check; The Env Sender (null) and the Body Sender (yourdomain.com) do not match. The DKIM signature, which is an alternative way to verify the authenticity of the message, is not in the mail header.
Enabling DKIM signing in Email Security.cloud service can solve this issue.
If you are experiencing an error with 553-you are trying use me as a relay when sending Out of Office notification from Hosted Mail Services (e.g. Office365, G-Suite), please kindly refer the following link.