Mail from a particular domain not received in Exchange 2010

We have a customer site with an Exchange 2010 server (SBS2011) that does not receive email from a particular external domain.  I have asked the sender from the domain in question to send in an email to the site and to copy me in on the same email.  I receive the email with no problems (I am on a completely separate domain and Exchange 2010 server at a different site).  I have used the Tracking Log Explorer to examine the mails received by the server at the customer site and there is no record at all of the email being received at that site (I did a very wide search for all mail received 1 hour either side of the time the email was received by me - just to be sure).  It's my understanding that if there is no record of the email in the tracking logs, that it never reached the server.  Is this correct?
PlexioUKAsked:
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John TsioumprisSoftware & Systems EngineerCommented:
Maybe an AntiSpam provider is blocking the mail....
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kadadi_vIT AdminCommented:
Hello PlexioUK ,

Is there any bounced back email to that sender email address...?
Have you checked that domain is blacklisted..?
reverse DNS entry for domain is hosted..?

Please check your smtp server also using URL : http://mxtoolbox.com/diagnostic.aspx

it will be clear any blacklisted domain or not. And in your smtp logs is there any entry for that sender email domain. And please check with add that domain in white-list and check you can receive that email.

Regards,
Vijay Kadadi
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PlexioUKAuthor Commented:
Yes it looks like the fact that there was no rDNS  was the issue.
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Supreet SinghCommented:
Check if the sender received any bounced back message, that may give you an idea what is causing this failure.

Which AntiSpam product you are using ?

Also mention which AntiSpam product you are using as your Email gateway, it is also possible that your AntiSpam product is rejecting the connections at first attempt, this kind of behavior is not captured in logs in all AntiSpam products.
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