reverse dns configuration for IPV4, IPV6+ dns+ mail ?
Matus UHLAR - fantomas
uhlar at fantomas.sk
Mon Jun 19 13:25:38 UTC 2017
>>>>>* smtp_helo_name of your MTA matches the same name
>>this one is incorrect and my next comment applies only to this one:
On 19.06.17 15:14, Reindl Harald wrote:
>does it harm? NO
>is it easy to achive? YES
>can it be used for scoring on a spamfilter? YES
is it required? NO.
>>Actually, this would only happen when one of the A/AAAA records
>>Having two PTR records with valid A/AAAA would only confuse people because
>>they could see different one each time client connects, but doesn't break
>>anything (only dns-based acl's)
>this NOT true for all cases
>FRANKLY i have seen enough *real world* postfix rejects caused by
>"check_reverse_client_hostname_access" because the idot on the other
>side had "mail.example.com" AND the old
>"my-provider-xx.xx.xx.xx-dyn.crap" PTR where one time
>"check_reverse_client_hostname_access" was fine because it dealed
>with the "mail.example.com" and the next mail was rejected by match
those rejections were NOT caused by having two different PTRs.
They were caused by something different that is not a subject of this
thread - even one PTR of this format would cause rejections.
>in all of these cases just remove the old useless generic PTR would
>have solved the problem from the start
>so please inform yourself and do tests.....
go reread the OP's question. He asked about "ns" and "mail" records.
there's no need to comment something noone did propose.
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