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could you tell me is there any problem if client computers in our domain doesn't have DNS PTR records, anything that will not work?
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Hello,

for most of thing, it will be not a problem but some applications check reverse for security purpose...

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it's OK to computers to have only record A without PTR external mailing system ( mail relay gateway ( antispam system ) checks for PTR to know that it's not spam .
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