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  • reverse lookup zone doubt

    I have one mail server Exchange 2003 with Public IP (let's say 210.10.9.x) configured on the same server and another NIC on same system with private IP (192.168.x.x).

    I know that if we do not enter Reverse lookup zone, then we will be unable to send emails to certain domains. In my case, which reverse lookup zone entries shall I configure on my DNS server....

    Please tell me Reverse lookup zone entries if I use my own DNS server as well as if i use my ISP DNS ?

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    Re: reverse lookup zone doubt

    Making entries in your own DNS zone will have no effect on your ability to send email. You need to ask your ISP to make the entries on your IP address for you.

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