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From: Patrick Ben Koetter (pstate-of-mind.de)
Date: Sat Aug 07 2010 - 15:47:22 CDT
* Jonathan Tripathy <jonnytabpni.co.uk>:
> On 07/08/10 21:10, Patrick Ben Koetter wrote:
> >* Stan Hoeppner<stanhardwarefreak.com>:
> >>Julio Cesar Covolato put forth on 8/7/2010 12:37 AM:
> >>>Is there anyone using postfix in cloud, like Amazon ec2?
> >>Dunno about Postfix specifically, but there are/were many spammers operating
> >>out of the Amazon cloud as well as the Rackspace cloud. Even if they are
> >>clean now, their reputation is still low due to prior traffic.
> >Ralf and I installed a Postfix system in the cloud and the system initially
> >had very low deliverability. Most of the recieving systems that declined
> >responded that our servers IP was banned.
> Do these only happen when postfix is sending mail from a cloud-based VPS?
Speaking for myself, until today I've haven't had any bad experiences with VPS
in general. Add "cloud" to VPS and the picture changes.
In the long run you can raise deliverabilty, but the question I guess
everybody needs to answer for themselves is whether it is worth battling for
it or not.
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