I did. Unfortunately, it didn't work. Looks like is NOT posible to have a mail server here :(
I ask them, and the answer they gave was:
We can not allow email delivery by anonymous users at this time."
Posted October 14th, 2012 17:53
So I replied asking them why I'm considered an "anonymous user", if I'm no longer on the trial period;
I did got registered and paid for the service.
I thought "maybe they didn't knew I was registered". So, I told them "My email is email@example.com". That mail is the one I used to register, so they could see I wasn't anonymous.
But got no answer. Actually they closed the ticket.
I checked the website, forum, TOS, etc, to see if I could find a reference of "anonymous users", but I didn't.
So I created another ticket asking whats an "anonymous user" and how could I stop being one.
I thought maybe I needed to send them an ID or something.
Instead, the answer I got was:
Who is "firstname.lastname@example.org"?
Posted October 14th, 2012 20:23
So, looks like being registered here is not enough to trust you to have a mail server. And thats understable, with all those spammers out there, but, since they didn't gave me instrucctions to do something so they can trust me, well, it seems there is no procedure planed for gaining that trust. The plan is just not allowing mail delivering, period.
Still think your droplets are nice and all, and I'll use them for non-serious, not-real-work stuff.
but is a bummer there is no way to have a mail server. (and it would be nice if such blocking was mentioned at the time of registering). In the end I solved it by getting a diferent VPS provider. Finding one that allows mail servers is easy (actually, this is the only one I have used that blocks it)