Okay my focus hasn't been on web hosting for a while, so trying to figure out angles/best practice now to address the following.
we're a company with our own exchange server, domain etc...
we set up sites for customers, hosted on external servers, that we our internal DNS servers have the pointer records for. example.
office domain is "ourcompany.com' webmaster sets up the customers website/store and then request we put in entry in our dns for that subdomain pointing to the hosted company ip resulting e.g. customer.ourcompany.com and www.customer.ourcompany.com
Our email domain ourcomapny.com get blacklisted due to this association at times.
Trying to think through alternatives to this setup where our Internal DNS doesn't have to be used and the association to our ourcompany.com can be eliminated or compromised less?
late, so hope explained it enough/right. Thx