We are considering moving our servers to Amazone EC2 cloud. The only thing that stops right now is their problems with ip ranges banned from spam mail lists like SORBS.
We are considering leaving one dedicated server in our current hosting, the one which we use to send mail (and other several features we will move to EC2), in order to be able to send the mails from this smtp server instead from Amazon.
So, the idea is to have our sites hosted in EC2, and when they need to send mail, redirect they to our "local" smtp server.
Do you think it´s viable? Can you think on a better solution?
Thanks in advance, Simon.