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Unsolicited, unwanted advertising email, commonly known as “spam,” has become a big problem. It’s reached such proportions that most email services and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) have put some sort of blocking or filtering system in place or begun relying on self-proclaimed blacklists to tell the good guys from the bad.

We applaud their intention to protect you from spam, but everyone agrees that the current systems for stopping spam are far from a perfect solution. They too often block email that you’ve requested, but that fits somebody else’s idea of what spam looks like. The more responsible anti-spam companies and activists are working hard to cut down on these “false positives,” but in the mean time, you might unexpectedly find you’re not getting the emails you subscribed to…

As it happens, there’s something you can do to keep the emails you value from falling into the false-positive trap. You can fight the blacklists with a “white list.” Whitelist every new subscription right at the start, before your delivery is interrupted.

One thing you can do no matter what email system you’re using is add the address in the “From” line of the desired e-letter to your address book. This address is editor@beyondthedollar.com

Of course, every email system is different. Below are instructions for some of the more popular ones. If yours isn’t here, please contact your ISP’s customer service department for their instructions. If you’re using some sort of spam filtering or blocking software yourself (in addition to what your ISP provides), we’ve also listed instructions on how to exempt your valued emails from some of the more popular of those programs.

To find instructions for your email provider or software, scroll down or use the handy menu to the right.

AOL


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For AOL version 9.0: You can ensure valued email is delivered to your Inbox by adding the sending address to your “People I Know” list.

Alternatively, you can simply send an email to editor@beyondthedollar.com

Even if the email 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.

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

For AOL version 8.0: Select Allow email from all AOL members, email addresses and domains.

For AOL version 7.0: In the section for “exclusion and inclusion parameters,” include the domain of the “From” address (cdn.nondollarreport.com).

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Yahoo!


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To ensure Beyond the Dollar email is delivered to your Yahoo! Inbox (not the Bulk Mail folder), you can instruct Yahoo! to filter it to your Inbox. Here’s how:

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Hotmail


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If you’re using Hotmail, you can ensure Beyond the Dollar email is delivered to your Inbox by adding the “From” address to yourSafe List. Here’s how:

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

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Outlook 2003


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If you’re using Outlook 2003 for your email, you can make sure Beyond the Dollar email is delivered to your Inbox by letting Outlook know you consider it safe. There are a few ways you can do this:

Or…

Or…

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Earthlink


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If you’re using Earthlink, you can make sure Beyond the Dollar emails are delivered to your Inbox by adding the sending address to your Address Book. Here’s how:

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MSN


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If you’re using MSN version 9 for your email, you can make sure Beyond the Dollar emails are delivered to your Inbox by adding the sending address to your Safe List. Here’s how:

For older versions of MSN, you add our sending address to your Safe List like this:

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Verizon


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If you’re using Verizon for email, you can ensure Beyond the Dollar emails are delivered to your Inbox by adding the “From” address to your Safe List. Here’s how:

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Gmail


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If you’re using Google’s Gmail for email, you can ensure Beyond the Dollar emails are delivered where they are supposed to go by following one of these easy steps.The first, and perhaps simplest, way:

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The second way:

Alternatively, you can just send an email to editor@beyondthedollar.com and that will add the address to your Contacts list automatically. Even if the email 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 one of your Beyond the Dollar emails has been filtered into the Spam folder, you can prevent that ever happening again:

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SpamCop


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If you’re using SpamCop to filter your incoming email, you can exempt Beyond the Dollar emails from the filtering process by adding the “From” address to your whitelist. Here’s how:

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SpamAssassin


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If you’re using Spam Assassin to filter your incoming email, you can exempt Beyond the Dollar emails from the filtering process by adding the “From” address to the whitelist in your User Preferences. Here’s how:

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SpamKiller


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If you’re using McAfee’s Spamkiller to filter your incoming email, you can exempt Beyond the Dollar emails from the filtering process by adding the “From” address to your list of Friends. Here’s how:

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Mailblocks


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If you’re using Mailblocks to filter your incoming email, you can exempt Beyond the Dollar emails from the filtering process by adding the “From” address to your “Accept Mail From” list of addresses. Here’s how:

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MailShield


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If you’re using MailShield to filter your incoming email, you can exempt Beyond the Dollar emails from the filtering process by adding the “From” address to your list of Friends. Here’s how:

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MailWasher


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If you’re using MailWasher to filter your incoming email, you can exempt valued email from the filtering process by adding the address nondollarreport@cdn.nondollarreport.com to your list of Friends. Here’s how:

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CleanMyMailbox


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If you’re using CleanMyMailbox to filter your incoming email, you can exempt Beyond the Dollar emails from the filtering process by adding our “From” address to your whitelist. Here’s how:

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Oddpost


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If you’re using Oddpost to filter your incoming email, you can exempt Beyond the Dollar emails 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:

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Spam Inspector


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If you’re using Spam Inspector to filter your incoming email, you can exempt Beyond the Dollar emails from the filtering process. Here’s how:

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Spam Interceptor


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If you’re using Spam Interceptor to filter your incoming email, you can exempt Beyond the Dollar emails from the filtering process by adding the address editor@beyondthedollar.com to your list of Trusted Senders. Here’s how:

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Spam Sleuth


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If you’re using Spam Sleuth to filter your incoming email, you can exempt Beyond the Dollar emails from the filtering process by adding the address editor@beyondthedollar.com to your list of Friends. Here’s how:

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Spam Butcher


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If you’re using Spam Butcher to filter your incoming email, you can exempt Beyond the Dollar emails from the filtering process by adding the address editor@beyondthedollar.com to your Known Senders list. Here’s how:

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Spameater


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If you’re using Spameater to filter your incoming email, you can exempt Beyond the Dollar emails from the filtering process by adding the address editor@beyondthedollar.com to your list of Approved Senders. Here’s how:

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SpamNet


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If you’re using Cloudmark’s SpamNet to filter your incoming email, you can exempt Beyond the Dollar emails from the filtering process by adding the address editor@beyondthedollar.com to your Whitelist. Here’s how:

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SpamPal


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If you’re using SpamPal to filter your incoming email, you can exempt Beyond the Dollar emails from the filtering process by adding the address editor@beyondthedollar.com to your Whitelist. Here’s how:

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Others


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Many popular email 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 email from. If you’re using this sort of email system and you either aren’t getting email 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 email or Internet connection (your ISP). Explain to them what email subscriptions you value that you asked for (or paid for). Ask them if they can whitelist the sender. (Unfortunately, some email systems don’t allow whitelisting.) If they do whitelist, they’ll probably ask you for some information about the publisher. Here’s what to tell them:

IP Address: If your ISP asks for the sending IP address, try forwarding them one of our emails. The “Originating IP” is in the “Header” of every email. If that doesn’t work, you’ll have to contact us to ask what IP address we’re sending from.

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