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You're on exactly the right track. Mail is sent using the domain's MX record, if it's present. If it's not, it'll use the A record for the domain. So if you setup an MX record pointing to Google's mail servers, that's the IP address that will be checked against Blacklists. This came up on ServerFault: ...
In this case, you should go for cloud hosting may be Amazon Web Services Europe data center. 99.9% uptime and you could sell with more benefit. I'd have to say don't go with shared hosting.
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