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Old 19th March 2006, 02:28
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Originally Posted by Cirox
Hi,

every ip can have only one reverse dns name, but many domains could point to one ip.

i dont know exactly if this solves your problem, but for a right configured mailserver, its better to use reversedns name = fqdn of your box and you have to have a dns.zone like this for example:

@ IN MX 10 yourserver
smtp IN CNAME yourserver
yourserver IN A ip.from.yourserver

with smtp.example.com you can reach imap and smtp server to send/recieve mails with your client

greetings cirox
My ISP does not give me the capability to configure anything in my reverse zone file other than my domain. I'll do a reverse DNS check and see what I have.
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