Hi All, this turned out to be an internal corporate email security issue. Somehow our QV server's ip address was blacklisted as malicious by one of the many 3rd party security sites our internal security stuff references. They basically wrote an exception rule to let emails from the ip address come through only if the sender was the nprinting account and some other nuances I don't know. Then had our network admin do some fancy things I don't know to the ip address to keep it from being spoofed by anyone else again.
I forget the name of the external security lists our internal people were referencing, but the first five of them didn't think to look in that direction and just assumed it was some random issue/screwup on my part. If your company's internal security checks against external websites like that, you might suggest they look over there and see if your server's ip is on one of the threat lists. In our case it looked to me like some nefarious person in Germany had spoofed the ip or something and gotten it blacklisted by one of the security sites which led to our internal security blocking everything from our own ip until we tightened it up.