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Need to support Send and Receive for  multiple domains on Exchange 2010

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I have a current 2010 exhange server, with multiple domains, but the "accessory or Sub" domains are receiveing PTR record errors and RDNS,  What do I need to do to get all the "Sub"domains to work properly.  The transport is working without issue, I can see the RDNS errors in the queue's. I can email through the Primary domain without issues ATM.
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setasoujiro earned 2000 total points
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if you need ptr records for YOUR domains, then you need to ask your isp to create them, you cannot do it yurself
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Ty, I will take this into consideration and make the necessary changes.  Please be patient I am quite overloaded with outages do to the earthquake and hurricane
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