How to Whitelist Your Emails

 

We’re happy to have you aboard!

There’s boatloads of great information coming your way each Tuesday but sometimes overeager spam filters block the emails you want to get while letting plenty of obnoxious ones through.

Annoying, right?

Whitelisting is how you can tell your overachieving spam filter that you want to get our emails.

Here’s what you need to do…

Whitelist our emails now, before we get banished to Davy Jones’ Locker.

Every email whitelisting process is a little different, so here are the most popular ones. If yours is different, check with your email provider on how to whitelist emails. (There’s probably an answer in their support docs online.)

Gmail:

This one ‘s easy…

  1. Go to your inbox and find the email we just sent you.
  2. “Grab” it and drag it over to your “primary” tab.
  3. Done!

Apple Mail:

A few more steps, but doable.

  1. On the mail menu, choose “Mail” then “Preferences”
  2. Choose “Rules” and then “Add Rule”
  3. Enter a name for your rule, something clever like “Nowpreneur” works.
  4. The settings you want are “If ANY of the following conditions are met, FROM CONTAINS NOWPRENER, Perform the following actions: “MOVE MESSAGE” to mailbox “INBOX”.
  5. Click OK and you’re done!

Outlook:

Surprisingly easier than Apple Mail. What’s with that?

  1. Right-click on the message in your inbox
  2. Select “Junk E-mail” in the pop-up menu
  3. Click “Add sender to Safe Senders List”

Done!