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“Email Whitelisting” is used to describe the act of allowing an email to reach your inbox. This is helpful if you want to make sure a certain business’ email doesn’t go to your spam folder. This is typically accomplished by adding the sender to your contact list in your email client.

Below are some email providers that tend to send our emails to Spam or Junk folders. To make sure you are able to reach every update from ScreenStrong, be sure to follow the whitelist instructions below. ScreenStrong’s email is [email protected].

Yahoo:
You can create a filter to route emails from certain domains to your inbox automatically. Select Options at the top right of the navigation bar. Now select Mail Options from the list that drops down. Choose Filters from the list that next appears and select the Add button.
Now, choose the field you want to match in the incoming message you’re expecting. For example, you might want to match something that you know will appear in the from field. Choose the criterion by which you want the match to be made, such as that you want to snag anything that “contains” these words. Now, enter the text string you want to compare, such as “From [email protected]” Finally, choose the destination folder, which would be your inbox.
AOL:
You must add the email address or corporate domain of the sender to your address book or custom sender list to make sure email gets delivered to your AOL inbox. To whitelist a contact in AOL, click Contacts on the left navigation bar of your inbox screen. Then, click the New Contact icon on the top bar and add the new contact information to the required fields. Once completed, click the Add Contact button at the bottom.
Outlook.com:
  1. Open the email.
  2. Click the Add to contacts link