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Whitelisting Email addresses


Whitelisting email addresses is the best way to assure that important emails end up in your inbox instead of your spam filter.


Look for your email provider here.  If you don't see your provider, please contact them for help!
(Note that some of these are my own experiences, and some I've had to research!  Sometimes
it's as easy as finding an email and spam and right clicking then finding and clicking "Not Spam"
Source: and others)


Log into
Click the gear in the upper right
Find and click "See All Settings"
Find and click "Filters and Blocked Addresses"
Find and click "Create New Filter"
In the From textbox, type: then click "Create Filter"
Find and check the box that states: "Never send it to Spam"
In addition, add any trusted email addresses (
   to your contact list

Add the senders to your contact list.
Log into
Find and click on the contacts icon in the upper right
Find and click on "+Add a net contact"
Give the contact a name and add their address

Buckeye Express (

Log into your account
Find and click on the gear in the upper right
Find and click on "Safelist"
Type in the textbox, click Add>, click save.


Locate the Contacts option on the left navigation bar of your AOL Mail Home
   Page (under the Trash folder)
Click New Contact icon.
Type the contact information in the required and optional fields.
Scroll to the bottom and click Add Contact.
A confirmation message that the contact has been created will appear (Hotmail)

Open your Outlook mailbox.
Select Options from the top right (next to the question mark).
Select More options > Safe and blocked senders (under Preventing junk email) > Safe senders.
In the space provided, enter the address.
Select Add to list.


In Contacts on, select the Add (+) button in the sidebar
Choose New Contact
Enter information for the new contact, especially the contact’s sending email address
Select Done