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From: Jeroen Geilman (jeroenadaptr.nl)
Date: Tue Jun 29 2010 - 16:28:10 CDT
On 29-6-2010 16:28, Noel Jones wrote:
> On 6/29/2010 2:47 AM, ramesh wrote:
>> I would like to have suggestion, presently we have internet service&
>> subdomain from ISP.
>> Ex: Domain: providerdomain.com
>> Subdomain: mydomain.providerdomain.com
>> Email Id: memydomain.providerdomain.com
>> This ISP charging more internet charges comparing to other ISP's, so
>> i wanted to take different ISP services.
>> I have registered my own domain, so now i wanted to migrate to my
>> I need suggestions, things to consider while migrating to my domain.
>> memydomain.providerdomain.com to memydomain.com
> The postfix setup depends on how your domain is currently configured.
> If your current domain is listed in mydestination, just add the new
> domain to mydestination.
> Otherwise, see
>> this also reduces spam traffic once we switch over to new email id's.
> Maybe temporarily, but don't bet on it long term.
All things being equal, no, having your own domain with a registered MX
will not decrease the spam you see; quite the opposite.
I recommend you set up proper UCE controls in postfix, optionally adding
a content filter such as amavisd-new.
Google for "postfix cheatsheet" to find a good description.