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  • ISP reverse dns entry problem

    Hello admin

    what i said to my ISP to create reverse dns entry in my ststic ip

    182.184.119.84
    and domain i have cybermantech.com most of the people advised me said your ISP to create

    reverse smtp.cybermatech.com to 182.184.119.84 what to i do or i aid your ISP to create

    reverse cybermatech.com to 182.184.119.84 which one correct reverse dns entry because

    my exchange server email bounced back and my second question is i registered domain in

    godaddy by default @ have 50.63.202.33 IP what to i do i enter my static ip and remove

    godaddy @ ip

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    Re: ISP reverse dns entry problem

    You should have a specific host name for your domain for email.
    So that would be something like mail.example.com.
    You would then get the ISP to mail.example.com as the PTR on the IP address and configure the Send Connector FQDN in Exchange for mail.example.com.

    That is it. The root of your domain (covered by the @) should be pointing to your public web site, as people are starting to not bother with the www bit in URLs.

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