On Wed, 18 Feb 2015, Jesse Thomas wrote:
> Hi Everyone
> We currently use an internal SMTP server (MS IIS 6) for relaying mail from a
> number of internal systems and our LISTSERV server, which is used for all of
> our mailing lists.
> I'm looking into alternative ways to relay mail for these services and am
> considering Google's SMTP Relay Service
> (https://support.google.com/a/answer/2956491) as one option.
We maintained an oncampus relay because too many machines need to
send email from private (net 10) IP addresses.
Systems Programmer V
University of Delaware
> One concern I have with Google's relay are the sending limits, which are
> listed as "active accounts x 130" messages per day. That should be well
> beyond what we need, but the lack of any ability (that I've been able to
> find) to monitor these limits is a little unnerving.
> Another option we're considering is the free version of MailEnable (we're
> primarily a Windows shop).
> I'm curious what others are doing, and for anyone that's using Google's
> service, how it's worked out.
> Thanks everyone,
> Jesse Thomas
> Network & Systems Administrator
> Hamilton College
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