How I should setup Mandrill in order to send and receive mail?

I have 3 different domain names on my current droplet, and I would like to be able to have custom email addresses for each of them. Anyway, the problem is that I’m not so pro with the unix shell and mail servers and I don’t want to do anything stupid and compromise the security. What is the best way to setup Mandrill, or what other server do you guys recommend (except Google Apps)?

Thank you!

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The TXT record should be called <code>mandrill._domainkey</code> and not <code>mandrill._domainkey.</code>

use zoho mail

@vcatalin007: I don’t think you can use a webmail client such as Roundcube while using Mandrill for mail. <br> <br>Take a look at Google Apps,,, or similar services.