What is whitelisting

To make a long story short, whitelisting is just a way to ensure emails from specific email addresses or domains are routed to your inbox. The instructions vary by provider, but you basically add the particular domains or email addresses to an approved list. This ensures that they don't get caught by your spam filter and wind up in your junk folder.

Whitelisting instructions are available below by Provider as well as device.


 WHITELISTING Instructions

By Provider

Apple Mail

  • Click Stephanie Berchiolly in the email header
  • Click Add

Comcast

  • Click Preferences
  • Click Restrict Incoming Email
  • Click Yes To Enable Email Controls
  • Click Allow Email from addresses listed below
  • Type or paste StephanieB@careermakeoveracademy.com
  • Click Add
  • Click Update

Gmail

  • Open email from the sender you want to whitelist
  • Click on down arrow next to the reply icon (curved arrow pointing to the left)
  • Click Add Stephanie Berchiolly to Contacts List

OR

  • Hover over Stephanie Berchiolly
  • Click Add to Contacts

Hotmail

  • Open email from the sender you want to whitelist
  • Click Mark As Safe

Mac Mail

  • Open email from the sender you want to whitelist

  • Select Message at the top of the tool bar
  • Select Add Sender to Address Book from dropdown

Outlook 2010/2013

  • Copy email address or domain from email you want to whitelist
  • Select Home tab
  • Click Junk from the dropdown menu
  • Click Junk Email Options
  • Select Safe Recipients tab
  • Click Add button
  • Paste or type in the email address or domain
  • Click Okay button

Yahoo Mail

  • Open email from the sender you want to whitelist
  • Click Add Contact beside From name and email address

By Device

IOS

  • Open/Select an email from the sender you want to whitelist
  • Click on sender name
  • Click Create New Contact or Add to Existing Contact

Android

  • Open/Select an email from the sender you want to whitelist
  • Select image of sender (or default smiling face with shoulders icon)
  • Click OK