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Hello guys


I am getting some issues with email, inparticular reverse dns.

After being blacklisted on an almost daily basis and having to remove the listing constantly it seems that the issue is with reverse dns.

Although my support at my email host says there is a menu to adjust reverse dns in the settings of the admin panel I cant see anything.

I am looking for some help on what it is and why it is affecting me.

I thought I understood it but it seems not.



typical quote below

"More Information About Uceprotectl1

If you are on the UCEPROTECTL1, it typically means you have either had an open-relay on the server, or you have a reverse-DNS problem that is causing your server to be identified as part of a bad range of IP Addresses through your ISP."


I just cant seem to find the issue let alone resolve it with my host


any help?


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