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* Do you know what the rDNS is?
Suggested article: What is rDNS?
rDNS, also known as Reverse DNS, is doing the mirror action of the forward DNS, which links the hostname/domain to the IP address. In other words, the rDNS links the IP address to the domain/hostname. This type of DNS service is very useful for email verifications and troubleshooting.
rDNS lookups query DNS servers for a PTR (pointer) record. If the server does not have a PTR record, it cannot resolve a reverse lookup. PTR records store IP addresses with their segments reversed, and they append '.in-addr.arpa' or '.ip6.arpa' to that.
As we already said, the rDNS is very important for the Mailbox provider filtering. A common practice for Mailbox providers is to check for Forwarding Confirmed Reverse DNS records. Many of them, including Gmail and Yahoo, will block email coming from a mail server that does not have rDNS in place.
If you need more information, we recommend you to read the following text about the rDNS!