Gmail / Reverse DNS problem

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  1. hanovermedia

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    So gmail is bouncing like crazy on 30 new ips a i got. They don't have any blacklists and I don't think they hve been mailed before. When I saying bouncing like crazy I mean 80% to clickers a month old.

    I did a mxtoolbox reverse dns check and it said reverse dns wasn't configured but when I do nslookup it looks good and the host swears it is good.

    Their response is: " I'm guessing mxtoolbox.com doesn't understand getting a CNAME record from ns2.redacteddomain1.com and then having to look it up at ns1/ns2/ns3.redacteddomain2.com.

    Is this sorta setup not going to work? Is there a better way to tell why it is bouncing? How can I fix this.

    I mailing super light also. 15 an IP an hour.
     
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    I think it just not being propagated completely, I once had the same problem with network-tools, MXlookup said it was good, but network-tools just not being updated yet.
     
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    Still have the problem? I can take a look at it if you want.
     
  4. hanovermedia

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    You I am haivng the problem still.
     

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