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alternatives when no rDNS, PTR etc

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alternatives when no rDNS, PTR etc - 14.May2014 11:51:35 AM   
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I recently inherited an installation that had collected alot of spam. After cleaning up, I noticed temporary blocks from yahoo and a few other domains. Sending IP is no longer on any blacklists but v4p and yahoo says lacks rDNS and PTR RecordS. I've tried to contact ISP to set this up for about a week now without success, also dont have access to the domains dns console to try to setup dkim or SPF records.

what options are there to get emails to yahoo and other domains that require rdns? Will a mail relay such as jangosmtp do the trick? Can they be setup as smart hosts in exchange?
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