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That is, instead of using an address of "my[spam-alert-sort-of-name]@domain.com", maybe you could set up a new account named something like "email@example.com" or "firstname.lastname@example.org". And maybe then set up a forwarder, so the e-mails (from the form to this new address) get automatically forwarded to your preferred box.
Just an idea....
But it made me angry!
I lost 50% of my costumers! Due to that email problem because they do't get any reply or anything in there email! Everything goes to spambox. I tried MX Entrym, Chnging emails etc... no help.
[edited by: Woz at 11:16 pm (utc) on Nov. 25, 2005]
[edit reason] Tidying up. [/edit]
I have encountered this problem before in the past with certain mail servers so hopefully this will help you isolate the problem.
I was not able to get my mails delivered to certain clients only but for other it is ok. After doing some testing, I realize that the rejected message was something like non-routable domain.
In the end, I edited the DNS records at the registrar and add an root entry for the domain record (@ example.com) and also an A record for the mail server domain name. eg. #*$!.xxx.xxx.xxx A mail.example.com.
They're also likely to reject ip block in a dynamic address range even though you may just happen to be a static ip located between the range.