[IRCServices Coding] xml-import

Olly olly at avansys.co.uk
Tue Jan 17 14:43:57 PST 2006

I stand corrected I had forgotten that had made that arrangement with my

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Trevor Talbot
Sent: 17 January 2006 20:08
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Subject: Re: Re[6]: [IRCServices Coding] xml-import

On Tuesday, Jan 17, 2006, at 04:23 US/Pacific, Olly wrote:

> Off topic I know, but zoneedit.com allow their servers to be set up as

> secondaries to your hidden primary. This puts your zone completely 
> under your control if you set the servers they give you as your 
> registered DNS servers. What's more it's free.

That only works for forward DNS on domains you own.  Reverse requires
delegation from the ISP, since they own the zone responsible for your

-- Quension

> -----Original Message-----

>> I recommend you to setup reverse DNS record in good style.
>> ('achurch.org' for
>> example) Alot of servers are using such filters to determine sender 
>> is in dynamic/dhcp pools. Please have it in your mind.
>      Unfortunately, my ISP doesn't allow its customers to set up their

> own reverse DNS, so this isn't an option for me.
>   --Andrew Church
>     achurch at achurch.org
>     http://achurch.org/

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