Any email addresses, domains or IP addresses in your Whitelist/Safelist will automatically have their emails land in your inbox.
Whitelisting is therefore useful for accepting emails that the email service would normal consider spam.
You may need to use the full-screen option to see the video more clearly.
, click on the
in the top right and corner of the screen. In the drop down box, choose
In the box that opens, click on '
'. In the tabs along the top, choose '
' underneath the correct box for the information you wish to whitelist.
Enter the domain, email address or IP Address and press '
' once you've added all of the information you need to whitelist.
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