[Rspamd-Users] Backup MX?

Bill Pye bill.pye at phoenix-systems.co.uk
Fri May 14 19:09:17 UTC 2021

----- Original Message -----
> From: "Tomek Kołosowski" <tomek at kolosowscy.pl>
> To: "Users" <users at lists.rspamd.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, 11 May, 2021 12:22:33
> Subject: Re: [Rspamd-Users] Backup MX?

> Hi,
> I was thinking that perhaps I'd still try to set up a backup just for
> the sake of an educational value I might get out of it, but given it'd
> have to essentially be a 2-node master-master cluster and as far as I
> know these should come in sizes of minimum three to work, I think I'll
> just back off and abandon it entirely.
> Thanks for the input, you certainly got me convinced.
> Tomek


I too have a personal mail server and I thought about using a backup MX but decided against it for the reasons already mentioned. AT that point I suddenly remembered that some DNS hosting companies also provide a backup mx facility and mine doe- to cut a long story short I used that and it works a treat - they also remove spam. If you host your DNS at a decent company I'd suggest you take a look at them first to see if they do provide a backup mx, just for the record I use EasyDNS to host my dns. :)



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