On Mon, Feb 17, 2014 at 7:22 PM, Arun Khan <knura9(a)gmail.com> wrote:
It is nice to read/see through this thread that you have gone through
the nuances of the set up.
Thanks! Learned few things in process.
I did this about 14 years ago and found it required a lot more of my
time getting unlisted from all kinds of RBLs.
14 years ago I was a kid using a dialup modem and reading redhat bible.
SpamRat and Spamhaus were cooperative. They removed my IP almost instantly!
Sending email works now.
For outbound emails, there are quite a few services
that provide relay
services (I use elasticmail); it relieves you from the administrative
overhead. I would suggest this option if your budget allows it.
Managing one/few mailboxes and aliases for my personal mail on my personal
server was a learning experience.
I had setup Google app gmail for email, It is still working.
I've a free (free beer) g-app account for revant.me (old sign up). I don't
use it though.
Anyways, If I set up a company's production email I'll keep relay services
in mind. Thanks!