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* Do you know what the PTR record is?
Suggested article from our blog: What is a PTR record?
The PTR record in the DNS (Domain Name System) is used for Reverse DNS lookup. A good practice is to use Reverse DNS setup for mail servers. Why? Because if there isn’t a PTR record, all the outgoing e-mails will get rejected and go straight to the spam.
You need to use PTR records in the Reverse DNS zones. These types of records resolve the IP addresses to domains/hostnames. In other words, by creating a PTR record, you build trust!
Remember, for every A record, there should be a PTR record. Missing PTR or mismatching A Record means problems. If you want to learn more about PTR records, check here!