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grhill at corp.untd.com
Tue Nov 28 09:46:27 MST 2006
> I didn't try. I use DynDNS Custom and it's worked well for me for
> years. I personally haven't had a problem w/ reverse DNS causing mail
> servers to reject my mail I don't think, though I'm sure there are
> those that do gripe at that.
>From what I understand, hotmail, yahoo, and AOL automatically filter it
to spam if there's no reverse dns lookup. Gmail might too. If the
recipient doesn't check the spam folder, then you're hosed.
I could be wrong, but I've read that and personal experience supports it
(although not conclusively).
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