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How to Whitelist The Protocol

SPAM has become a big problem. It's reached such proportions that most e-mail services and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) have put some sort of blocking or filtering system in place.

You might unexpectedly find you're not getting the issues of The Protocol that you subscribed to...

Add The Protocol to your (or your ISP's) whitelist now to ensure every issue makes it to your inbox.

One thing you can do no matter what e-mail system you're using is add the FROM address of a recent issue to your address book.

For detailed instructions for your e-mail provider or SPAM-filtering software, please scroll down or click a link below:

AOL 9.0
AOL 8.0
AOL 7.0
CleanMyMailbox
Earthlink
gmail
Hotmail
Mailblocks
MailShield
MailWasher
MSN
Oddpost

Outlook 2003
Norton Internet Security
Spam Inspector
Spam Interceptor
Spam Sleuth
SpamAssassin
SpamButcher
SpamCop
Spameater
Spamkiller
SpamNet
SpamPal
Verizon
Yahoo!

Others


AOL version 9.0

You can ensure that The Protocol is delivered to your Inbox by adding the sending address to your "People I Know" list.

Alternatively, you can just send an e-mail to the "From" address, and that will add the address to your "People I Know" list automatically.

Even if the e-mail you send doesn't get through (for whatever reason), the act of sending it does the job of putting the address into your "People I Know" list--and that's what counts.

 

AOL version 8.0

If you're using an earlier version of AOL, you'll need to set your Mail Controls instead. Here's how:


Select Allow email from all AOL members, email addresses and domains .

AOL version 7.0

If you're using an earlier version of AOL, you'll need to set your Mail Controls instead. Here's how:

In the section for "exclusion and inclusion parameters", include the domain of the "From" address (dpstele.com, dpsezine.com, AND/OR dpsnewsletter.com)

Thank you for whitelisting The Protocol.

 

Yahoo!

To ensure that The Protocol is delivered to your Yahoo Inbox (not the Bulk Mail folder), you can instruct Yahoo to filter it to your Inbox. Here's how:

Thank you for whitelisting The Protocol.

 

Hotmail:

If you're using Hotmail, you can ensure that The Protocol is delivered to your Inbox by adding the "From" address to your Safe List . Here's how:

Alternatively, you can add the "From" address to your Contacts list:

Thank you for whitelisting The Protocol.

 

Outlook 2003

If you're using Outlook 2003 for your e-mail, you can make sure that The Protocol is delivered to your Inbox by letting Outlook know you consider it safe. There are a few ways you can do this:

Thank you for whitelisting The Protocol.

 

Earthlink

If you're using Earthlink, you can make sure that The Protocol is delivered to your Inbox by adding the sending address to your Address Book. Here's how:

Thank you for whitelisting The Protocol.

 

MSN

If you're using MSN version 9 for your e-mail, you can make sure that The Protocol is delivered to your Inbox by adding the sending address to your Safe List. Here's how:

For older versions of MSN, add our sending address to your Safe List as follows:

Thank you for whitelisting The Protocol.

 

Verizon

If you're using Verizon for e-mail, you can ensure that The Protocol is delivered to your Inbox by adding the "From" address to your Safe List. Here's how:

Thank you for whitelisting The Protocol.

 

gmail

If you're using Google's gmail for e-mail, you can ensure that The Protocol is delivered to your Inbox by either adding the sending address to your Contacts list or by marking any incorrectly filed e-mail as "Not Spam". Here's how:

Alternatively, you can just send an e-mail to the "From" address, and that will add the address to your Contacts list automatically.

Even if the e-mail you send doesn't get through (for whatever reason), the act of sending it does the job of putting the address into your Contacts list--and that's what counts.

If an issue of The Protocol has been filtered into the Spam folder, you can prevent that ever happening again:

Thank you for whitelisting The Protocol.

 

SpamCop

If you're using SpamCop to filter your incoming e-mail, you can exempt The Protocol from the filtering process by adding the "From" address to your Whitelist. Here's how:

Thank you for whitelisting The Protocol.

 

Spam Assassin

If you're using Spam Assassin to filter your incoming e-mail, you can exempt The Protocol from the filtering process by adding the "From" address to the Whitelist in your User Preferences. Here's how:

Thank you for whitelisting The Protocol.

Spamkiller

If you're using McAfee's Spamkiller to filter your incoming e-mail, you can exempt The Protocol from the filtering process by adding the "From" address to your list of Friends. Here's how:

Thank you for whitelisting The Protocol.

 

Mailblocks

If you're using Mailblocks to filter your incoming e-mail, you can exempt The Protocol from the filtering process by adding the "From" address to your "Accept Mail From" list of addresses. Here's how:

Thank you for whitelisting The Protocol.

 

MailShield

If you're using MailShield to filter your incoming e-mail, you can exempt The Protocol from the filtering process by adding the "From" address to your list of Friends. Here's how:

Thank you for whitelisting The Protocol.

 

MailWasher

If you're using MailWasher to filter your incoming e-mail, you can exempt The Protocol from the filtering process by adding the "From" address to your list of Friends. Here's how:

Thank you for whitelisting The Protocol.

 

CleanMyMailbox

If you're using CleanMyMailbox to filter your incoming e-mail, you can exempt The Protocol from the filtering process by adding our "From" address to your Whitelist. Here's how:

Thank you for whitelisting The Protocol.

 

OddPost

If you're using Oddpost to filter your incoming e-mail, you can exempt The Protocol from the filtering process by marking it as "Not Spam"--but only if it has been incorrectly identified as spam in the first place. Here's what to do:

Thank you for whitelisting The Protocol.

 

Norton Internet Security 2006

To ensure that The Protocol is not filtered by Norton Internet Security 2006, you can add "dpstele.com" to your Allowed List. Here's how:

Thank you for whitelisting The Protocol.

 

Spam Inspector

If you're using Spam Inspector to filter your incoming e-mail, you can exempt The Protocol from the filtering process by adding the "From" address to your list of Friends. Here's how:

Thank you for whitelisting The Protocol.

 

Spam Interceptor

If you're using Spam Interceptor to filter your incoming e-mail, you can exempt The Protocol from the filtering process by adding the "From" address to your list of Trusted senders. Here's how:

Thank you for whitelisting The Protocol.

 

Spam Sleuth

If you're using Spam Sleuth to filter your incoming e-mail, you can exempt The Protocol from the filtering process by adding the "From" address to your list of Friends. Here's how:

Thank you for whitelisting The Protocol.

 

Spam Butcher

If you're using Spam Butcher to filter your incoming e-mail, you can exempt The Protocol from the filtering process by adding the "From" address to your Know Senders list. Here's how:

Thank you for whitelisting The Protocol.

 

Spameater

If you're using Spameater to filter your incoming e-mail, you can exempt The Protocol from the filtering process by adding the "From" address to your list of Approved Senders. Here's how:

Thank you for whitelisting The Protocol.

 

SpamNet

If you're using Cloudmark's SpamNet to filter your incoming e-mail, you can exempt The Protocol from the filtering process by adding the "From" address to your Whitelist. Here's how:

Thank you for whitelisting The Protocol.

 

SpamPal

If you're using SpamPal to filter your incoming e-mail, you can exempt The Protocol from the filtering process by adding the "From" address to your Whitelist. Here's how:

Thank you for whitelisting The Protocol.

 

Others

Many popular e-mail programs, including older versions of Outlook, Outlook Express , Eudora , and Netscape Mail , don't provide a convenient way for you to whitelist the folks you want to receive e-mail from. If you're using this sort of e-mail system and you either aren't getting e-mail you value or want to make sure you continue to receive it in the future, you can do something about it.

Contact the customer service people or the postmaster at the company that provides your e-mail or Internet connection (your ISP). Explain to them that The Protocol is e-mail that you asked for and value. Ask them if they can whitelist the sender. If they can, they'll probably ask you for some information about The Protocol. Here's what to tell them:

Thank you for whitelisting The Protocol.

 


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