I have a unique problem for which I am not able to find a solution...hopefully people here have come across this before. Web hosting is very new for me so please be kind
I have a domain with Lunarpages. They have messed up my email so many times that I have lost count and I would like to move my Email to a more professional service provider.
Someone in my team recommended looking at Google Apps and office 365 hosted Email. I read a little bit about it and would like to for it but there is a problem As you would expect, they charge on the basis of number of email accounts you have with them. We have about 25 Email accounts in operation, but most of them are used by web applications to send emails and some by back office staff. I don't want to pay for these Email accounts because they don't really need that kind of reliability.
I know it is possible to configure 'Dual Delivery' in Google and Office 365 such that some accounts are hosted on Google(you pay for these) and can forward other Email accounts on other servers.
But I cant figure how this effects when one has to send Email. For example, of an Email account is not hosted with Google (lets say Lunarpages/GoDaddy) and the MX record points to the Google servers, how can one send an Email from (Lunarpages/Godaddy) such that it does not end up being marked as spam as the server from where the Email originates is not the same as the MX record.
Hope this makes sense...and someone can help/point me in the right dierction.
Thanks in advance