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    Buy server with rDNS less than $700 per year best

    I want to buy a dedicated server which has:
    1.windows 2003 os
    2.more than 1 ip address
    3.rDNS (PTR record)
    4.less than $900 per year is the best.

    I search in google,but didn't had the best i want.
    If you had use one like this with rDNS,help me ,thanks.

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    That comes to $75/mo, are you looking for something in the US?

    US:

    Joe's Datacenter
    WholeSaleInternet

    EU:

    Hetzner
    OVH

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    please repeat that rDNS is support

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    Quote Originally Posted by a00100 View Post
    please repeat that rDNS is support
    The ability to set a specific rDNS isn't hard at all, more or less are you wanted it automated or what?

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    all decent dedicated servers providers support rdns config of assigned ips.
    Ones using a control panel and anothers by support tickets.

    This don't have to be a problem, i think.

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    Question is, what is the rDNS going to be used for?
    Will you be doing a lot of bulk mailing from the server? Make sure the host allows this!

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    less than $700 or $900? if $900 maybe you could take a look on tailormadeservers. they have a clearance offer hope still available. you can manage your own rdns. but i don't know how much windows server 2003 cost.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GCM View Post
    The ability to set a specific rDNS isn't hard at all, more or less are you wanted it automated or what?
    I had a server in us,but it not support it.so I want a new one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CGotzmann View Post
    Question is, what is the rDNS going to be used for?
    Will you be doing a lot of bulk mailing from the server? Make sure the host allows this!
    Then key problem is not how to use.than's the problem i had brought.
    And now my question is to sure the server support rDNS. why?because I had 2 server buyed from us not support it.

    I use it for our own mail for comunication to our customer.not spam.

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    I think, that there are lot's of providers where you can rent dedicated server with rDNS support and windows 2003. But why windows 2003, not 2008?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DuomenuCentras View Post
    I think, that there are lot's of providers where you can rent dedicated server with rDNS support and windows 2003. But why windows 2003, not 2008?

    win2008 better

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    Quote Originally Posted by a00100 View Post
    win2008 better
    Check your 1st message:

    Quote Originally Posted by a00100 View Post
    I want to buy a dedicated server which has:
    1.windows 2003 os
    Andrius Petkus, Chief commercial officer @ Bacloud.com data centers.
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    just window os is ok.
    why i type win2003 because somewhere win2008 is cost more
    I am a chinese user,so find a oversea is not easy than the local.
    If you had used one with rDNS , please give the link, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a00100 View Post
    I had a server in us,but it not support it.so I want a new one.
    Are you sure? Almost all hosts should allow you to set the reverse DNS. Have you tried contacting their technical support and asking about it?

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    yes,I did.
    but I don't know which is the best one.
    They had not give me exact answer.by the way , I am try aboard company first time. Don't konw how to choose a IDC.

    Can you give me more info. thanks very much.

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