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how do I setup rdns if godaddy is our dns service?

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Currently, we are using Godaddy.com as our external dns service with vixxisolutions.com.  Our email server is an internal Exchange server with both and internal IP and an exposed IP address.  My question is, how do I setup and rdns record to show to the world and be able to send to services requiring an rdns record?
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reverse dns needs to be setup by your ISP, i.e. whoever gives you your IP address.
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