I'm sorry this isn't strictly relevant but thought the knowledgable posters on this forum would be the most likely people to find a solution to the problem I'm having:
I recently set up a Google apps for business account so that my client (Cotswold Pizza Co.) could receive e-mails at firstname.lastname@example.org, but use the Gmail interface (which they find very easy to use).
I then changed the MX records for my domain so that my client could access the Google apps mail via mail.cotswoldpizza.co.uk.
Now, as they are a catering business, their website (which is a Wordpress build) features a booking/reservation plugin (which came with the theme - Victoria). We noticed shortly after putting the website up that booking/reservation notification emails were not being received, so my client was missing booking requests as they had to log-in to the back to see if any new requests had been made.
I assumed it was a problem with the plugin, but after changing my Wordpress admin notification e-mail, it looks more like an issue with the e-mail settings, as e-mails were getting through without any issue when my admin e-mail was my own personal e-mail address (which is as Gmail).
I've also tried setting up a forwarding email address at Gmail (which will forward all e-mails on to the info@ email), setting my Wordpress admin email as the new forwarding address and receiving the mail at info@ this way. However, it still hasn't solved it, and messages are still being blocked, and cannot be found in spam or anywhere else in the info@ e-mail account.
What could be stopping the e-mails getting through?
Any help is GREATLY appreciated,