I have had server IP's blacklisted by Microsoft a few times and I have had them removed reasonably quickly. I noticed that after entering and joining anti spam related services that they recommend it was faster and easier.
I recommend that you ensure that you can reply Yes to the below questions (except the last one) in the web form where you ask for ...
We did two things:
Sign up with JMRP via https://postmaster.live.com/snds/JMRP.aspx
Sign up with SNDS via http://postmaster.live.com/snds
The JMRP application will go through a form and a document you need to sign. In our case it took about two days to get approved.
Make sure that your SPF/DKIM/DMARC is setup correctly - we are using Port25 and their ...
Go to the below URL and search on for your domain.
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.
I would first like to make clear that Outlook.com and Microsoft Outlook have very different functions and services. Although both can be used as the email clients for your domain email.
There are 2 ways you can do the implementation.
Straight a way, buy the email service from outlook.com or GSuite and use the email features by defining MX records in your ...
I've been through this, you will likely find that the server's IP address has been blacklisted by Microsoft. Does your domain have valid SPF and DKIM records in DNS? If not, that will be what has caused it possibly.
You don't say whether or not there is a bounce message, this will tell you the problem, as usual. Because it is a shared server, all you ...
You appear to by trying use the Gmail SMTP server as an open relay. Mail servers are no longer configured such that you can send email from anybody to anybody else. I would expect you to be able to use the GMail SMTP server only to send email from your GMail address.
Google may be allowing mail to go through when it is to your own domain, but is dropping ...