We're a communications company primarily doing printing of statements / utility bills, then mailing them out in the post.
A few clients have asked for e-Delivery. Pretty much take the print output as a PDF, and instead of printing and mailing, email it as a PDF attachment. Whats the best way to send out these types of communications on behalf of our clients to their customers?
e.g. send through their mailserver, set up a mailserver ourselves on a generic domain (e.g. clientname.genericmailname.com), or set up a mailserver and send from the client's domain.
Doesn't email sent from a server that doesn't match the MX record usually get flagged as spam? (e.g. if we send an email from our mailserver from email@example.com).
Also, if we need to set up a mailserver, what's a few recommendations? We're a windows shop, and if I can avoid getting down and dirty with sendmail or postfix or the q one, I'd prefer it? We would probably do the actual emailing in an SSIS script or something.