What is “Whitelist”?
Whitelist means to add an email address for someone – in our case, Judith A. Barrett, with the address judith (at) judithabarrett dot com to your email contacts or address book. (Notice the clever attempt to avoid the screenscrapers who grab email addresses off websites and scam like crazy?)
Email providers are sometimes overzealous in their filtering. Whitelisting makes sure that you see the my emails in your inbox or primary folder and don’t miss out!
In general, if you do not see an email from Judith A. Barrett in your Inbox, the email may have mistakenly been sent to your spam or junk folder. Open the folder and move the email out. See the following instructions on how to whitelist Judith A. Barrett Judith (at) judithabarrett dot com for common email providers. (I’ll list it in the rest of the document as firstname.lastname@example.org for ease of typing and reading!)
How to Whitelist
- Check Spam or an email from Judith A. Barrett and open the email.
- Click ‘Dots’ button on the top right and select Filter messages like this .
- Check Categorize: Choose Category and click the downdrop icon next to Choose Category.
- Select Primary in the next options menu.
- If the message remains in spam, mark it as “Not Spam” to report it as not spam.
- If you don’t find it in spam, check Promotions and move the email to Primary.
- A black bar message will appear in the corner of your screen. “Conversation moved to Primary. Do this for future messages from email@example.com?” Select Yes.