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Ensure you don’t miss important updates and information again.

If you use Gmail

To ensure emails aren’t missed and filtered by spam, just mark the conversation as important.

If you use Outlook

Take the following steps:

Step 1: 
Select the message of the sender you wish to
Whitelist

Step 2: 
Then click Home > Junk > Never Block Sender or you can right click the selected
message and choose Junk > Never Block Sender from the drop down menu.

Step 3:
You will be prompted with a dialog box notifying you that the selected address has been added to your safe senders list

If you use Mac Mail

Take the following steps:

Step 1:  Select Mail > Preferences from the menu in Mac OS X Mail

Step 2:  Select the Rules category and click Add Rule

Step 3: Type a description and ensure the criteria reads correctly

Step 4: Enter the domain name you wish to whitelist, and enter the actions you want to be performed

Step 5:​​​​​​​ Click OK

 

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