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It sounds like you are asking how you can create so many email accounts when most hosting plans or providers limit how many accounts you can have. The answer is that if you own the server and have full control, you can do anything you like. You could have a completely separate mail server, or even a number of them. If you wanted you could have squillions ...
There are also so many websites like this, and all the domain registered by them self, you can not spoof someone domain to send email. They are using own SMTP server to create large number of emails and delete them after few minutes/hours. Here is Github Repo for that service. Most of all mails goes into spam folder, once some people report it as spam. ...
Since you're using GMail for email, only by making changes to the MX DNS records will email delivery be impacted. So leave the MX records "as is". You shouldn't have to change your name servers. Just register the necessary A records for your website and you'll be fine.
Try aillog-hashnize.pl from https://gist.github.com/xtetsuji/1446584 It is a perl script to parse maillog file and produce output file as CSV. Then import CSV into Excel and apply filter as you wish (@recipient.com). perl maillog-hashnize.pl -y 2016 maillog-20160124 > maillog.csv
Domain transfers do typically take quite a while, and can take even longer than 7 days if the domain administrative contact does not click on a authorization link in their email to approve the transfer. However, typically, email hosting/mail servers are not "tied" to a domain registration. You should be able to transfer your domain to another domain ...
I usually transfer MX entries during the weekdays. For example, friday afternoon when everybody goes home I change MX entries, and by the monday, it's all good. That's true what you've been told.
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