1. Your host has placed a limit on the number of emails you are allowed to send per hour.
When this limit is in place, the server automatically bounces back to your domain all the emails over the limit. The only way to find out your hourly sending limit is to ask your web host.
If they say, for example, 500 per hour, make sure that your email system is set to comply to that limit:
2. Your email messages are getting “off” your server, but bouncing at the ISP.
There are a number of reasons why your emails may be blocked by providers (like Hotmail, GMail, AOL, etc.). For example:
Your IP address may be blocked.
The content in your messages may be blocked.
A URL in your message that is on a blacklist.
- You may be sending messages to non-existent email addresses
To diagnose why your messages are bouncing back, you will need to read the headers in the bounce message to determine the cause for the bounce in order to be able to correct it.