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- Step 1: Click the settings button (in the top-right corner of the screen), then select “Settings” from the resulting drop-down menu.
- Step 2: Navigate to the tab labeled “Filtered and Blocked Addresses” to access information about your existing filters.
- Step 3: Select “Create a new filter” and enter the emails or domains you want to whitelist.
- Step 4: Add the domains mentioned below and mark them as whitelisted.
- Step 4: Click “Create filter” to approve the new filter, then mark “Never send to Spam” to whitelist every email within the filter. You can also choose to Star these emails, apply a given label, or mark them as important.
2. Outlook.com (INCLUDES HOTMAIL, MSN, AND WINDOWS LIVE)
Whitelisting a domain or specific email address in Outlook.com is just as easy and works by adding the address or domain in question to a group called “safe senders.” An address that has been added to safe senders will be pushed to your inbox regardless of your spam filters. To add an address or domain to safe senders:
Step 1: Click on “Settings,” then “View all Outlook settings.”
Step 2: Go to “Junk email,” then choose “Safe senders and domains” or “Safe mailing lists” to select the domain or email you want to whitelist.
Step 3: Under “Safe senders and domains,” add the email address you’d like to whitelist. To add a domain, simply enter the following domain name:
Step 4: Click “Enter” to save the settings.
3. Yahoo Mail
If you want to move a sender or domain name to your whitelist Yahoo Mail, the process is even easier than it is in the other service providers mentioned above.
As long as you have already received at least one message from the address in question, you must highlight that message in the Bulk folder and mark it as Not Spam. Once you have identified a single message from a given sender, the Yahoo Mail spam filters will automatically allow future messages from the same address into your inbox.
Step 1: Navigate to the "Settings" icon, then click "More Settings" from the Yahoo Mail menu.
Step 2: Select "Filters" and click "Add" to enter information about the domain name or sender.
Step 3: Name the filter and enter the email address you’d like to whitelist in the “From” field.
Add the domains mentioned below and mark them as whitelisted.
Step 4: For “Choose a folder to move to,” select “Inbox” and "Save."
4. Other Email Domain
You can also whitelist the Airmeet domain on AOL, Zoho, and ProtonMail.
Domains to be whitelisted:
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