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Receiving announcements, watched topics, newsletters emails

Postby ukevents » Thu May 18, 2006 10:08 am

To prevent unwanted spam email, some Internet Service Providers (ISP's) block messages from senders whose email addresses are not in your Address Book or Safe Senders List.

To ensure you receive emails from UKEvents.net in the future please add [email protected] and [email protected] to your Address Book or Safe Senders List.

This is easy to do:

For Hotmail users:
To ensure that messages from UKEvents.net are not sent to your Junk E-Mail folder, you should add them to your Safe List.
Click Options.
On the left side of the page, click Mail, and then click Junk E-Mail Protection.
Click Safe List.
Type UKEvents.net and then click Add.

For AOL users: To add UKEvents.net to your Address Book from the email you receive:
1. Open the email from UKEvents.net
2. Click an email address.
3. Select Add to Address Book in the Info window.
4. Enter any information you wish on the Address Card and click Save.

Mozilla Thunderbird

By default, Thunderbird will not mark your messages as junk if you are in your subscriber's Address book.

Thunderbird users can check their settings at Tools > Junk Mail Controls:

To add you to their address book, subscribers should create a New Address Book Card under File > New...

Yahoo Mail (Old Version)

Yahoo users should create a filter to direct all messages from you to their inbox.

To do this, they:

Click on the Options link on the right side of the page.

Click the Filters link that appears to the right.

Click the Add link.

To the right of the from contains line, enter our email address and click Add Filter.

Yahoo Mail (New Version)

Users of the new Yahoo Mail should also create a filter.

Yahoo currently redirects you to the old Yahoo Mail interface to set up the filter, but in the future should integrate the Add Filter page directly into the new interface.

Windows Live Hotmail

Not surprisingly, Windows Live Hotmail works similarly to the old Hotmail:

Click the Options link at right and choose More Options from the dropdown.

Choose Allowed and Blocked Senders.

Click Allowed Senders.

Type our email address and click Add to List.

GMail

GMail will automatically deliver mail from a user's Contacts list to the inbox.

To add a contact:

Click the Contacts link at left.

Near the top of the page click Create Contact.

Enter our email address, and click Save.

AOL Webmail

AOL has a "Custom Sender List" that users can specify.

However, to use the Custom Sender List, users must choose to accept mail ONLY from their custom senders, or to reject mail ONLY from their custom senders.

So, you need to make sure they are set to receive mail from All Senders:

Click the Settings link at the top of the page.

Choose Spam Controls from the options at left.

Under Additional Spam Filters click Control From Whom I Get Email.

A popup appears - choose the first option (Allow mail from all senders).

Click the green Save button.

If they are already using a Custom Sender list to define who can mail them, add our email addresses to it

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