I'm using the contact form, smtp module and secureserver as the mail server. When I run tests via the smtp settings page. Everything works as it should. When I use the contact form, SOMETIMES I get an error other times I don't. After reviewing the drupal log as to what the issue might be. I get the 2 following error for the ones that don't mail out. I get this smtp error;
Error sending e-mail from *@something.com to *@something.com : The following From address failed: *@something.com SMTP server error: Sorry, your envelope sender is in my badmailfrom list.
and another error which simply states it couldn't send the email. After running some tests and reviewing the mail headers of the emails that did go through. It seems as thou it sends FROM the email address the user is inputting. This to me like the server would deny it because this essentially is a 'spoof'. On the site information email, we are using "email@example.com". On the smtp settings, we are using a "firstname.lastname@example.org". I tried a test by changing the dnr email to the info and it still has the intermittent fails.
Update: I've narrowed down the problem to a Godaddy issue. We don't use the 'web' hosting server as our email server. We use their "Email" server which is the "secureserver" most people have problems with in the threads I've read. We ended up switching over to gmail and everything works as it.
@Citricguy: Naw, we aren't blacklisted. It's just that they have several configuration issues with those email servers. To the point that their own techs don't know what they are talking about half the time..