Please Do allow to create RDNS(reverse DNS) records to the users for their mailing severs.
Many other Service providers have easy setup for that like: http://www.rackspace.com/knowledge_center/article/rackspace-cloud-essentials-creating-a-reverse-dns-record
Thank you for your input! We will consider this functionality in upcoming releases if it will be popular.
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Additional information regarding this request:
Please be sure you are an owner of IP-address if you plan to vote this suggestion.
An owner of a block of IP-addresses has ability configure PTR records for IP-addresses in the block. If you rent a server or create a virtual machine in a cloud, you are not an owner of IP-address.
Usually, companies like ISP or Cloud Providers own blocks of IP-addresses. In this case, you need to use Hosting/Cloud Provider Control Panel and set up reverse zone for an IP-address (not in Plesk Panel).
imagine you get a domain with thousands of dns records and you have to create each by your self in plesk!!!113 votes
Add a new Domain/Subdomain-Type "DynDNS", which redirects to a dynamic IP-Address like dyndns.org and similar sites including an api to sync the current ip address through url call.326 votes
Thank you for your input. We will definitely look into integrating DynDNS in our future releases
At the moment it is possible for customers to add more than one SPF record making the configuration invalid.
Plesk should disallow multiple SPF records.
Plesk should give an error and an automatic merge suggestion.
"Error you can only have one SPF record."
This is your current SPF record: <current SPF>
You tried to add: <extra SPF>
automatic merge suggestion: <combined suggestion>
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For email you’ll need these days special settings like spf etc the best in this atm is https://mailinabox.email can we get something like that in plesk this would allow secure email and settings.2 votes
changing DNS to Master DNS mode without reverting to default DNS records1 vote
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