Unless you have your servers hosted at GoDaddy, how can they handle
reverse lookups for your assigned IP addresses?
LCR Computer Services, Inc.
On 06/23/11 22:41, Stan Greenspan wrote:
> I use GoDaddy to run all of my DNS, and have had very few reverse lookup
> issues. I have about 60 domains sharing the same IP without any trouble.
> GoDaddy does it for free and you don't even need to be registered
> through them.
> Pretty good service.
> On 2011-06-23, at 11:32 PM, Tom Cross wrote:
>> Hi All
>> Is there a way around having outgoing mail from our mail server
>> failing to pass reverse lookup done by other servers.
>> We are using virtual domains and would like to save the required IP
>> Is there a work around or are we better off giving each Domain their
>> own IP.
>> We are a small ISP..
>> Tom Cross
>> Partner (Synergist)
>> 61 2 9288 9488
>> 0418 295 336
>> * <http://www.html.net.au/>
> Stan Greenspan
> Interactivepages Information Services
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