exchange server reverse dns

Microsoft Windows server 2003 enterprise
January 7, 2010 at 22:57:12
Specs: Windows 2003
58.106.71.--- resolves to
Top Level Domain: ""
Country IP Address: AUSTRALIA

my exchange server emails goes to spam in yahoo and hotmail so does this mean i dont have a reverse dns and what does this above information means then

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January 8, 2010 at 11:38:44
what of all the previous responses you have been given? Did you close the open relay?

you still have not talked to your ISP? to 254 all resolve to
I would suspect this entire block is your ISP's

Is your domain name registered?
Does your ISP have a mx record pointing to your wan interface?
Does your ISP have your reverse dns pointer?

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January 8, 2010 at 20:20:37
thanks a lot wanderer
my smtp server is not a open relay . . . . . . .
domain name i have registrered
but i still need to configure mx records can you guide me with any link where i can seek help and confiure the records .........

i still have not talked to my isp because i am not sure what i need them to change .

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January 9, 2010 at 03:55:31
thanks a lot again . i have sorted this problem out .
what i did i went to exchange system manager and create a smtp connector and clicked foward all mail through this connetor and put in there
and then send email again and its not considered as spam now and its going normally.
So this means i have set up to send my outbound emails yeah ?

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January 11, 2010 at 06:40:47
I believe I told you in your first post you need your ISP to have a mx record in their dns which points to your domain.

Your domain needs a mx record and a reverse lookup [ptr] record AT THE ISP.

It appears you are now relaying your mail thru

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January 11, 2010 at 14:50:20
Thanks wonderer . But i manage my mx records through where i registered my domain . i have mx records already set up
so if i use for relaying my email does it make anything different . it even does not require me to enter any user id or password to access that . if u have any suggestions please tell me . . .

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