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PTR (Reverse Lookup) how to, when I don't want to use my ISP as my DNS name server.

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Experts, Here is the situation. I have two ISPs providing a primary and a backup internet service.  I use a mail scanning service which then connects to O365 for email.  I have a sperate DNS host (Cloudfiair) to host our DNS record along with our website.  I have my servers in my LAN setup to send SMTP notifications to our mailscanning service but I've been getting Blacklisted by RATS Dyna for RTP (Reverse Lookup)  failure.  I have DNS set up with Cloudflair to resolve a name lookup correctly, but they don't offer RTP.  I spoke to my ISP and they can provide RTP,  but would need to migrate my domain to be hosted by them which I don't plan to do.  Any other recommendations?
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