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How to stop Club Emails going to your Spam Folder

31 Oct 2023 08:29 | Anonymous member (Administrator)
Preventing VAA Wild Apricot emails from going to your Junk folder.pdf

Recently email providers have tightened up their anti spam controls and this has had the unfortunate side effect of causing club emails to be automatically moved to spam. Consequently many members have not receive their renewal or event reminders. To stop this happening please read the following article also attached as a PDF.

Preventing VAA Wild Apricot emails from going to your Junk folder The programs that manage your emails on your computer, phone or tablet can sometimes send legitimate emails to your Junk folder. Of course, you can open your Junk folder and access them from there. But it more convenient to stop that from happening in the first place. How to do this depends on the email program that you use. Here are instructions for some of the commonly used email programs. Apple Mail 1. Open a message from the sender you want to add. 2. Click the Flag icon and select Mark as Not Junk. Gmail 1. Open a message from the sender you want to add. 2. Click More Options in the email header. 3. Click Add Sender to Contact List. MSN Hotmail 1. Go to the Options page. 2. On the left side of the page, click Mail and then click Junk E-Mail Protection. 3. Click Add Senders to Safe List. 4. Enter the email address of the sender and then click Add. Outlook 2010 1. On the Home tab, in the Delete group, click Junk, and then click Junk E-mail Options. 2. On the Safe Senders tab, select the automatically add people I email to the Safe Senders List check box. Outlook 2007, Outlook 2003, or Outlook Express 1. Go to Tools on the menu bar. 2. Select Options in the pull-down menu. 3. Under Preferences, select Junk E-mail. 4. Click on the Safe Sender tab. 5. Click the Add button. 6. Type the email address of the sender in the text box. Yahoo! Mail Within your Spam folder, select a message from the sender you want to add, then click the Not Spam option. The above instructions were copied from https://gethelp.wildapricot.com/en/articles/63 BigPond Webmail accessed from a browser 1. In the Mail tab, click on “Safe senders”. 2. Where indicated, enter the email address that you do not want blocked. The VAA Wild Apricot email address is VAA@wildapricot.org Other email Programs Other email programs should have instructions to prevent particular from going to their Junk folders. Sometimes this process is called white listing. Addendum Wild Apricot has some helpful advice about preventing your emails from going to your recipient’s Junk folder. Go to https://gethelp.wildapricot.com/en/articles/1596-best-practices-forcomposing-emails


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