DNS Domain Problem

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When my mail recipients try to resolve my IP address to my domain name, resolution fails. This is because the receiving email servers are seeing my local domain name and not my public domain name. Local is blueridgepro.local and public is blueridgepro.com. Local Ip address is 10.11.102.105 and public address is 66.110.220.152. How do I get the DNS authenticating servers to see my public domain name and public IP address instead of my local domain name? Please help. Thanks, Charles

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Do you use MS Exchange? If so, you can specify masquarade domain in virtual SMTP server properties. If you need, let me know and I’ll explain you in details.

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