On Fri, 28 Mar 2003 09:53:47 +0100
Lucas Valdeón <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Talking about reverse dns I have a little problem.
> In the same machine there are several ips. In the first ip .71 there is no
> In the second one .72 mail is running ( pop3, smtp ).
> .71 has reverse dns ( ssh.x.com )
> .72 has reverse dns ( mail.x.com )
> Qmail send mail from default route .71, so it has reverse dns, but it is not
> So I supossed I have to patch qmail to send from a different ip, or move
> mail service to another one.
> Is correct to send mail from a reverse dns in the same domain, but different
> hostname that MX entry ?
> Thank you in advance,
errr correct me if im wrong.
reverse dns needed with smtp to validate IP and nameserver ?
some of smtp server around the world need reverse dns to validate your smtp server
some time if your smtp server can't be validate .. there's posibility your email
i dont know if this in RFC thought
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