Currently lets say I have my outbound email environment send out this domain mail.xxx.com. but we have 3 separate smtp server with different IP addresses pointing to said domain.
So when you do a reverse look each IP resolve back to mail.xxx.com.
Right now we seem to have a problem where certain mailserver would deny our mail because of inconsistent reverse lookup.
I take it this not a practice that is typically done. But this how I found it setup. Can someone confirm this is bad and how I should resolve it. I have an idea but would like to get other input to see if I am corrrect. Thanks for the help in advance.
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