How to Whitelist Email from Prue’s Place for AOL, Yahoo, Gmail, Hotmail, Outlook, Thunderbird, Mac Mail, & More.
We don’t want you to miss out on something you are passionate about from Prue’s Place. To ensure you receive our emails from Prue’s Place and they aren’t mistakenly sent to the junk or spam folder, please whitelist Prue’s Place email address, which is firstname.lastname@example.org
I’ve outlined information on how to whitelist Prue’s Place with AOL, Yahoo, Gmail, Hotmail, Outlook, Apple Mail, ThunderBird and Postini below. Even if your ISP or email program is not listed, with these instructions you should be able to figure out how to whitelist our email address at any ISP or with any email program.
Also, if you find email from email@example.com in your spam or junk folder, please hit the “not spam, or “not junk” or similar button. This will train your program to whitelist us.
To whitelist firstname.lastname@example.org with Gmail:
- If you find an email from us in your Gmail spam folder, select our email and click the “Not Spam” button
- Click on the small down-pointing- triangle-arrow next to the search bar
- In the From field, type in: email@example.com
- Select “Create filter with this search” in the bottom right hand corner of drop down box
- Then select “Never send it to spam”
- Click “Create filter”
- Right-click on the message from Prue’s Place (or any email from a sender you want to whitelist).
- From the drop-down list, select Junk E-mail.
- Select Add Sender to Safe Senders List.
- Click OK.
To whitelist in Thunderbird, you will need to
add firstname.lastname@example.org to your address book, and then set up your
Thunderbird Junk Mail Controls to whitelist your address book.
- Click the “Address Book” button at the top of the inbox
- On the left hand bar select “Personal Address Book”
- Select “New Contact”
- Copy and paste email@example.com in the email text box
- Select “OK”
Apple Mail for OS X
- If email from firstname.lastname@example.org ends up in your junk folder, highlight or
open it and click “Not Junk” at the top of your screen.
- Go to Mail > Preferences from your Mail menu
- Go to the Rules tab
- Select Add Rule
- Give this rule a name such as “Prue’s Place”
- Create a rule that says “If any of the following conditions are met: ‘From’
‘Contains'” and then paste in “email@example.com”
- From the actions, select ‘Move message’ to mailbox ‘Inbox’.
- Click “OK”