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It depends™: Keep in mind that DNS PTR records can be false -- just because you get .google.com as part of the PTR, doesn't mean that it's Google that's controlling the IP address in question. To be sure, you might also want to do a forward resolution prior to taking any action (although, to be fair, impact in the case of greylisting will be very ...



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