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The problem is most likely experienced only when you are sending to the likes of the big email providers such as Gmail and Hotmail. These providers collect information on the entire system. So if you have sent a email to email@example.com and then later send the same email to firstname.lastname@example.org the system knows about the previous send. Now if your sending a email that ...
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: ...
Back up the database and files and then wipe the files and reinstall the app(?). Then restore the database and migrate the files you know aren't compromised, like CSS, images etc. You might have to redo some work but its probably your safest bet.
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