Whitelisting (soon to be known as Allow lists) your email will help it get through a lot of false-positive errors big spam blocking services tend to have. Some might think these spam services do this on purpose so you pay for the white list. I’m not saying that. Either way, if your email is crucial then it’s worth the small fees to get it through these automated drudges. Here is a current list of the top White list services available now.
- This one is connected to Barracuda a popular stand-alone firewall system: https://www.emailreg.org/index.cgi
- verizon.com – A huge telecom company (In case you are from another planet): https://my.verizon.com/micro/whitelist/
- aol.com – Yes they are still a company, less the free CDs: https://postmaster.aol.com/Postmaster.Whitelist.php
- Returnpath Is expensive but one of the best. https://www.returnpath.com/solution-content/certification/
- Certified Senders Alliance (paid whitelisting service of the german ECO organization) https://certified-senders.eu/services/
- ISIPP (Institute for Spam and Internet Public Policy) https://isipp.com/: Commercial services to help mass-mailers improve delivery rates.
- Whitelisted.org is another whitelist it can’t hurt to add to: Whitelist org
Also, it’s a good idea to tell Hotmail that your IP is o.k. here: Hotmail Whitelist
Email should be fine with any normal hosting package, we already have set all the important stuff like reverse DNS and SPF records. We even paid for some of these services just in case it helps any.