Let $f(s)=\sum_n a_n n^{-s}$ be a Dirichlet series whose coefficients satisfy $\lvert a_n\rvert\leq n^{C}$. Then $f(s)$ converges absolutely in some halfplanes, and is conditionally convergent in (potentially different) halfplane. It might happen sometimes that $f(s)$ admits meromorphic continuation to a larger domain. Consider maximal such domain. Is this domain always a halfplane? For purposes of this question, I take it to mean that $\mathbb{C}$ is a halfplane.

The question is motivated by known results about analytic continuation of $L$-functions. It has vexed me: to what extent the analytic continuation is special to the algebraic world of $L$-functions, and how much its properties are common to the analytic world of Dirichlet series.