My client has a router for outgoing mail that differs from their mail.domain.com A record. Consequently, when networks do a reverse IP check to see if they are who they say they are, the check fails even though they are legitimate.
This must be a common problem. Anybody have a suggestion?
I would create an A record for his smtp server and have a pointer pointing to his smtp subnet.
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