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comment What are the right reverse PTR, domain keys, and SPF settings for two domains running the same application?
All mail comes from an @foo.org address, regardless of which domain the user uses. So that's a PTR record for 1.2.3.4, a PTR record for 2.3.4.5, a domain-key record for foo.org, and an SPF record for foo.org with includes for all the Google servers?
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