Unverified Reverse DNS hostname

If an IP address is unverified, how can I get it verified in DNS?    

What does it mean to be "unverified"

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Zephyr ICTCloud ArchitectCommented:
If it's regarding reverse DNS unverified means a reverse DNS record of the hostname (in this case) couldn't be found.

Make sure you have a reverse DNS record for the host, or even that reverse DNS is configured at all.
Are you referring to email?  If so, then you need to a reverse dns like spravtek said to make sure that the recipient's server can verify that your domain name can be traced back to your ip address.  You will need a static ip address so that they can be sure you're not spamming or a spammer.

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marchopkinsAuthor Commented:
thanks.  this is exactly what i thought the case was.  

fixed now.
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