Have a look and see if there's any kind of whitelist you can add to your email which should override their spam settings.
If not then Ash - it might be worth adding an SPF record for the domain - you create a string (there are free tools to do it online
) which you add as a record into the DNS zone file. It's essentially a list of IP addresses which emails from 306gti6.com might be sent from. It looks like the only server that sends mail is the one that hosts the site, so our SPF record would look like this:
v=spf1 ip4:220.127.116.11 -all
With that in place, email providers should check for an SPF record for the domain, which says "the only legit sender is 18.104.22.168 - they then check that is indeed where it came from (which will pass), so it should pretty much bypass all other spam checks.
Not all providers use SPF records but they should do, as they're pretty much the only reasonable way of checking for spam these days.
Can't do any harm, I've only ever seen significantly improved spam filtering as a result.
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