Due to spam filters gaining popularity, we encourage all subscribers to whitelist the addresses used to deliver sbj.net e-newsletters. Please refer to the following instructions you can use to whitelist sbj.net, depending on the filtering solution you use. You may also contact your e-mail provider or IT technician to do this for you. Our domain is sbj.net and our IP address is 22.214.171.124.
If you ever discover that you have stopped receiving sbj.net e-newsletters in error, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (417) 831-3238.
Go to keyword: Mail Controls.
Select the screen name we're sending your sbj.net e-newsletters to.
Click Customize Mail Controls For This Screen Name.
For AOL Version 9.0:
Open your latest sbj.net e-mail.
Click the Add Address button (on the right) to add to your "People I Know" list.
Alternatively, you can just send an e-mail to: email@example.com, and that will add us to your "People I Know" list automatically. To do this:
Open your latest sbj.net e-mail.
Click the Reply button (it's in the top right corner).
A new e-mail window opens with the wrong address in the "Send To" box.
Replace the address in the Send To box with: firstname.lastname@example.org
Click Send Now (in the top right corner).
Even if the e-mail you send doesn't get through to us, the act of sending it does the job of putting us into your "People I Know" list.
If sbj.net is filtered, from the spambox, click on the white "W" icon on the left column of the mailing.
When the pop-up window comes up, simply click the Add to Whitelist button.
Alternative whitelisting methods:
* Click on the White List button.
Add: email@example.com to the bottom of your existing list.
Click the Submit List button.
Select Cloudmark | Options... from the Cloudmark SpamNet toolbar in Outlook.
Go to the Whitelist tab.
Click the Add button.
Click on Address Book (it's over on the left, below your Folders).
When your Address Book opens, click the Add button.
On the Add Contact screen, find the Internet Information box.
Enter firstname.lastname@example.org into the top Email box.
Click the Options link, on the main menu tabs, then Safe List.
Type: email@example.com in your Safe List.
If you see a message that should not be in your Junk Mail folder, click "This is not Junk Mail" to avoid having e-mail from the same source sent to the Junk Mail folder in the future.
Click the Addresses tab.
Make sure "Accept Mail From This Address" is selected under Receiving Options.
Uncheck "Display in People Picker" under Other options.
Click Friends from the toolbar.
Click Tools, then Blacklist & Friends.
Click Add... on the right, the Friends list side.
Make sure Plain email address is selected.
Click Friends from the sidebar.
Click on Settings: E-mail | Junk e-mail (it's at the bottom left of the screen, just above Calendar)
On the E-mail settings screen, click Junk E-Mail Guard.
Select Safe List.
In the space provided under "Add people to the safe list", enter firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check your "Probably Spam" folder.
If you see that an sbj.net e-newsletter has been incorrectly filtered out, select it, and click the "Move to Inbox and Mark as Not Spam" button.
Add email@example.com to your Safe List.
Add firstname.lastname@example.org to your Personal Contacts in your Outlook Address Book.
Open any desired e-mail, then select Mark as Not Junk.
Add the following entry to your user_prefs file, which is found in the .spamassassin subdirectory on your web/mail server: whitelist_from email@example.com
Save the user_prefs file or move the updated copy to your .spamassassin subdirectory.
If you have no user_prefs file in this subdirectory, create one:
Click the Configure button.
Go to the Known Senders tab.
Click Add under "Known Good Senders and Recipients".
Open your browser and go to: http://webmail.spamcop.net
Log into your SpamCop account.
Click on the Options icon in the toolbar.
Under Mail Management (in the middle), click SpamCop Tools.
Select Manage your personal whitelist.
Near the bottom, where it reads "Click here to add to your whitelist", click on Click here.
Enter firstname.lastname@example.org in the first empty slot.
Click Filters from the sidebar.
Click the Approved Senders tab.
Click Add Filter.
Type: email@example.com under Address.
Choose "Full Email Address" under Address Type.
Select Email Domain.
Select Spam Inspector, then "Manage Friends List" from either the Spam Inspector toolbar or from the Outlook menu.
Make sure Email is selected under "Add a New Friend".
Click the >> button.
Follow the Trusted link under > Authentication Lists. Enter the email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
On the Spamkiller sidebar, click Friends.
Enter email@example.com and click the OK button.
Click on the SpamPal system tray icon with the right mouse button.
Click "Add to Whitelist" from the menu.
Select File, then Configure.
Go to the Friends category.
Make sure Active is checked.
Type: firstname.lastname@example.org on a line by itself in the entry field.
Go to your Verizon Inbox.
Select the Block Senders tab (near the top of the screen).
On the Block Senders screen, you'll see both a "Block Sender List" and a "Safe List". In the space where it says "Enter e-mail address or subdomain to always accept even if the domain is blocked", enter email@example.com.
Open your Yahoo! mailbox.
Click Mail Options.
Click Add Filter.
In the top row, labeled "From header:" make sure Contains is selected in the pull-down menu.
Click in the text box next to that pull-down menu, then enter the address: firstname.lastname@example.org
At the bottom, where it says "Move the Message To:" select Inbox from the pull-down menu.
Click the Add Filter button again.
If an sbj.net e-newsletter has been filtered to your "bulk folder", simply open the message and click on the "This is not Spam" link next to the "From" field.
If sbj.net is being filtered, try adding email@example.com to your Address Book or Contact list.
If this option is not available, try moving the message to your "inbox" or forwarding the message to yourself.
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