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***edit: sorry, my bad - the host name of the server was still set to a different subdomain, so of course there was no dns entry for that domain and this explains the missing rDNS.***


please see attached picture of my dns configuration.

my kms resides behind a static ip. I have edited the name server values of my domain provider's domain: entered an A-record for my fixed ip and made a MX entry as linked to that A-record.

I can reach the host with a mail client, via web - no problem. Still, somehow the rDNS still resolves to the leased line provider's dns name, something like

(internally, my mail server is an open directory master with as hostname).

I don't think I have the possibilities to edit that setting, my domain provider would have to set up that rDNS in their name server, right?

Any help on this subject would be greatly appreciated - thanks!

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[Updated on: Sun, 03 May 2009 12:42]

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