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comment Incoming mail from sender, MX record won't accept replies. How to block the incoming SMTP connection from that sender?
"One of us is very confused." On this much we agree. If you added the PTR records yourself, I doubt you added them to the correct DNS servers. I've yet to come across an ISP who lets customers add their own rDNS entries for IP addresses that belong to the ISP. I hope your client comes through this trying ordeal intact.
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comment Incoming mail from sender, MX record won't accept replies. How to block the incoming SMTP connection from that sender?
"Where have you got the impression that the DNS entries are incorrect?" The fact that you specifically mention A and PTR records, but you ignore rDNS, is a good indication you've messed up there.
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comment Incoming mail from sender, MX record won't accept replies. How to block the incoming SMTP connection from that sender?
"To block merely because the client is assigned to an ADSL range is a misconfiguration." No, this is a feature of a particular anti-spam technique. They aren't making assumptions about DHCP, they are making (rational) assumptions about consumer-grade circuits (from which they see a lot of spam). All that the recipients want is for you to configure DNS settings that you ought to have configured anyway. Why wouldn't you want your rDNS entry to be correct?
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