How to Whitelist an Email

How to Whitelist an Email

It’s common for group emails coming from a centralized management system such as WordPress to end up in a Spam folder. This is a good check to ensure you are not getting group emails from unknown sources. The solution is simply to “Whitelist” important email correspondence. 

For Timber Point Men’s Club – those email accounts include schedule@timberpointmensclub.com and news@timberpointmensclub.com. Following are instructions for some of the most common email systems. 

How to whitelist an email address with Gmail, Outlook.com or Yahoo! Mail

How to Whitelist Emails for AOL

by Kirk Bennet

Whenever one of your friends or relatives sends you a group email that is NOT recognized by AOL, it will be automatically be stored in the Spam folder and you will not be notified about its arrival. This means that AOL has blacklisted the email and all future emails from the same contact will be placed in the Spam folder. AOL does not blacklist emails from contacts in your Contacts list, so all you have to do to whitelist emails is add the sender to your Contacts list and move the email to the Inbox folder.
 
1. Launch your Web browser, navigate to AOL and log in using your email and password.
2. Click “Spam” in the left navigation menu to view the Spam folder.
 
3. Select one of the blacklisted emails. The sender and email body are displayed.
4. Click the “Show Details” link under the email’s subject to view the full name and email address of the sender.
5. Click the email address in the Sender section and select “Add Contact” from the drop-down menu.
6. Type a first and last name and a phone number in the resulting window and click “Add Contact.”
7. Click the “Not Spam” button at the top of the window to send the email to the Inbox folder.