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* Do you know what the Reverse DNS service is?
Suggested article: What is Reverse DNS?
Reverse DNS is also often called rDNS, and it is a service that usually comes as a component of a typical managed DNS plan. With it, you are able to perform reverse lookups. In addition, it allows you to create a Reverse DNS zone, where you can make PTR records and use them to match the IP address and the domain name.
So, to make things a little bit more simple:
The Reverse DNS zone is the place where you want to create and store your PTR record. It is used to verify and check the IP addresses and if they point to accurate hostnames.
A common reason to consider using Reverse DNS (rDNS) is when you want to establish a successful email correspondence. It matters because, without it, your emails might not arrive at their destination. Your recipient could consider the email from you as untrustworthy, and it will end up in the spam folder.
We suggest the following page, in case you are curious to learn more about Reverse DNS service!