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    Default [SOLVED] DNS configuration for zimbra

    How to confgure reverse dns for Mail servers.

    with regards,

    Ramji

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramjimh View Post
    How to confgure reverse dns for Mail servers.
    The same as you would configure it for any server, you'll need to contact your ISP.
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    As Bill says, PTR records are controlled by the entity that owns your IP addresses. Typically, that's your ISP. If you are in a data center and the data center host provides you with some of their IPs, then contact your data center provider.

    Hope that helps,
    Mark

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