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Old 23rd June 2010, 14:42
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Smile how to Setup a mass mail server in a VPS for my website hosted on shared server?

Hi friends,

I have my website running in a shared hosting environment. I wish to setup a mass mailer in a VPS from another provider (linode). How can I set it up?

1. I am planning to use exim as the email server or should I go for postfix or Qmail?

2. Which foss based bulk mailing software would you recommend for this purpose. 50,000 emails per day.

3. Will I get blacklisted even if I setup SPF records?

4. since I am not planning to receive emails to this mail server I don't have to change the mx record on the website. right?

Thanks to all who had a look into this thread
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