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Many e-mail and Internet service providers now block unwanted e-mail (usually referred to as spam).
This is obviously a good thing, but sometimes their blocking criteria can be quite rigid or based on certain words used in the email subject line, such as ‘free’ or ‘money’. What this means is that sometimes emails you actually want fail to get through or end up in your spam folder.
To avoid this you need to add an email address you want to receive information from to your email whitelist. A whitelist is kind of like your own online personal address book – a set of people (or email addresses) that you trust and want to receive information from.
Adding One Mum and a Little Lady to your email whitelist s is very simple to do.
If you’re not sure how – search for ‘whitelist’ in your email provider Help Section, or use the instructions I’ve added below, which cover the main email providers.
DO THE FOLLOWING TO ENSURE YOU RECEIVE MY EMAILS
Emails from me will be always be sent from firstname.lastname@example.org and appear with the name ‘One Mum and a Little Lady. This is what you need to add to your whitelist.
Every e-mail system is slightly different, but you’ll find whitelisting steps, for some of the most popular ones, below.
- From within your inbox, locate an email from One Mum and a Little Lady
- Drag this email to the ‘primary’ tab of your inbox.
- Any future email should now go straight into your primary folder.
When you open an an email message, a ‘+’ symbol should display next to From: and the sender’s name. You need to select this and when an ‘Add to contacts’ pop-up appears, click ‘Save’.
Outlook 2003 (& Later):
- Right-click on a message in your inbox
- Choose ‘Junk E-mail’ from the menu.
- Select ‘Add Sender to Safe Senders List’.