I adore my nice, quiet, surprisingly fast and energy efficient synology NAS. It's great with airplay and a godsend for a rMBP owner with only 256 gb of onboard storage. The only thing it hasn't done well is openVPN. (it's just terrible) So I'm looking at all my email addresses and thinking "I only really use 1 of them. the others are just humorous alternatives should one of them get hacked into." Since most are gmail servers, and hence lack push support, I am wondering how the synology email service works. Do any of you have experience? I've read there were bugs that turned disk stations with that package installed into spambots. Has that been fixed? What about using it with a dynamic IP? does it support push? How are spam controls? I like gmail, but the idea of taking my email out of the cloud and hosting it at home is very appealing.