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* Do you know what the PTR record is?
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The PTR record is a simple text record that is associated with trust. It shows that the IP address is related to the right hostname. The mail servers use it in their spam filter to define safe from unsafe incoming mails.
You need to add PTR records in your Reverse DNS zone, to prove your legitimacy when sending emails. You want your emails to be received, right? Then use PTR records.
To create a PTR record, first, you need to create a Reverse DNS zone. Then you can create a PTR record in this new zone. You should pay attention that there should be a single PTR record for each of the A records. If no, problems could appear. To see more about this topic, please click here!