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It's not only the host you have your domain at. You might configure your server to 500MB+, but the rest of the world doesnt. An email bounces through various servers (when not SSL-ing) before it ends up at the reciever, 500MB+ doesn't bounce very well, with an very high chance the first server will do 'nope'. I suggest: - you find a (cheap) hosting and send ...
There is basically only two options to do anything about it: Look up the management contact for the ip sending spam, (the whois utility can do it for you,) and send them an email and hopefully the spammer will be suspended. Block the IPs/IP ranges that is sending the spam from your contact form.
At least in my case, I kept all the bureaucracy to make my chances to reach an inbox safer. From top of my mind: Make sure you use a custom domain address (firstname.lastname@example.org). Using a generic, public accessible domain (think of gmail, outlook, yahoo) is not a good idea, since you can't control it, and other providers don't like (and tolerate) emails ...
Sorry to say that to my knowledge this is only possible if you have two separate VPS with different IP addresses. As far as I know it is not possible to create two accounts in WHM with the same exact domain, but this is possible on two separate VPS because then you can point the DNS records for email to one VPS and the records for the www (website) to ...
Go to the below URL and search on for your domain. http://mxtoolbox.com/blacklists.aspx This will check a bunch of blacklists and it will tell you if your domain is listed. there is also advise on how to get removed. You might be listed with more than just Microsoft.
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