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Google Mail

Posted by admin on Apr 5, 2011 in Whitelisting | 7,387 comments

Google Mail

Whitelisting for Google Mail 1. Click on Down facing arrow in the top right had corner of the email. 2. Click on Add [contact name] to Contacts list on the drop down menu. Or Click on Contacts in the left column. Click on Add Contact on the upper right-hand-side of the Contacts screen. Enter “[mails]@[Companyname].com” in the Primary Email field. Click on...

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Yahoo

Posted by admin on Apr 5, 2011 in Whitelisting | 1,003 comments

Yahoo

Whitelisting for Yahoo Yahoo Mail 1. On the message header, click on ‘Add’ icon next to the subject line. 2. Customise the content on the pop up box select ‘Save’. Yahoo Mail Classic Click on the Address drop down menu located in the upper left corner of the mail screen. Select Add Contact from the address drop down menu. Type the Email Address of the contact and click on Save...

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AOL

Posted by admin on Apr 5, 2011 in Whitelisting | 5,820 comments

AOL

Whitelisting for AOL AOL 9 1. Click on Mail Options button in the top right had corner. 2. Click on Address Book on the drop down menu. 3. Click the Add button. 4. When the New Contact window to load. Once loaded, cut and paste “[mails]@[Company].com” into the “Other E-Mail” field. 5. Make the From address the Primary E-Mail address by checking the associated check box. Click the Save button. For existing subscribers that are seeing messages in the spam folder, open the newsletter and click the This Is Not Spam...

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Apple Mail

Posted by admin on Apr 5, 2011 in Whitelisting | 293 comments

Apple Mail

Whitelisting for Apple Mail 1. Click on ‘Message’ on the top menu bar 2. Select ‘Add Sender to Address Book’. You may also hold the pointer over the person’s address in the message, press the mouse button, and choose Add to Address Book from the pop-up...

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Windows Live Mail

Posted by admin on Apr 5, 2011 in Whitelisting | 1,332 comments

Whitelisting for Windows Live Mail 1. Have desired message selected 2. Click on the ‘Action’ drop down menu at the top. 3. Select ‘Junk E-mail’ and then select ‘Add Sender to Safe Senders List’.

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Mozilla Thunderbird

Posted by admin on Apr 5, 2011 in Whitelisting | 17 comments

Whitelisting for Mozilla Thunderbird 1. Click the Address Book button. 2. Make sure the Personal Address Book is highlighted. 3. Click the New Card button. This will launch a New Card window that has 3 tabs: Contact, Address and Other. 4. Under the Contact tab, copy and paste the “From” address, “[mails]@[company].com” into the email dialogue box. OK. ‘Add Sender to Address...

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Outlook 2007

Posted by admin on Apr 5, 2011 in Whitelisting | 3 comments

Whitelisting for Outlook 2007 1. Have desired message selected 2. Click on the ‘Action’ drop down menu at the top. 3. Select ‘Junk E-mail’ and then select ‘Add Sender to Safe Senders List’. To add our domain to your safe sender list: 1. Right click on a non-displaying image in an HTML email. “Add the domain to the safe sender list” option.

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Outlook 2003

Posted by admin on Apr 5, 2011 in Whitelisting | 8 comments

Whitelisting for Outlook 2003 1. Have desired message selected 2. Click on the ‘Action’ drop down menu at the top. 3. Select ‘Junk E-mail’ and then select ‘Add Sender to Safe Senders List’. To add our domain to your safe sender list: 1. Right click on a non-displaying image in an HTML email. ‘Add the domain to the safe sender list’ option.

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Outlook Express

Posted by admin on Apr 5, 2011 in Whitelisting | 19 comments

Whitelisting for Outlook Express Outlook Express does not provide a convenient way for you to white-list the addresses you want to receive e-mail from. There are no Junk folders which the email can go to, but may still be blocked by your active Spam Filter. To safeguard an address is to add the sender address to the Address book. 1. Highlight the desired message. 2. Right click on message ‘Add Sender to Address Book’

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Does it do what it says on the tin?

Posted by admin on Apr 5, 2011 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

The ASA is the UK’s independent regulator of advertising across all media, including marketing on websites. Marketing communications need to be legal, decent, honest and truthful. For Advertising Codes and more about UK regulation on this matter see http://www.asa.org.uk

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