Whitelisting instructions for dLife email

Whitelisting dLife Email to prevent e-mail from going into a bulk/spam/junk mail folder

Many e-mail programs have a built-in filter that automatically blocks messages from any sender whose e-mail address is not in the recipient's address book or Safe Sender list. To ensure that dLife messages arrive in your INBOX safely, please add dlifenews@dlife.com and dlifeteam@dlife.com to your e-mail address book or Safe Sender list. Below you will find instructions on how to do this in many popular email programs.

Yahoo
Basic Method:

  1. View any dLife email in your Yahoo Mail Inbox or Spam folder.
  2. Near the top of the message window, click on "Add"
BEST Method:
  1. Click the "Options" link on the top-right navigation bar. Under "Management" click Filters
  2. Click the "Add" button on the Filters page and name the filter "dLife"
  3. Choose the field you want to match with the incoming message. Select "ends with" from the drop down menu that is next to the From field
  4. Enter "@dlife.com" in the blank box to the right
  5. Select the folder you would like your dLife newsletters to go into
  6. Click "Add Filter" and then "OK"

Hotmail
Basic Method:

  1. View any dLife email in your Hotmail Inbox or Spam folder.
  2. Near the top of the message window, click on "Mark as safe"
BEST Method:
  1. Click on "Options" in the top right corner
  2. Click "Mail" (left side of page) and then click "Junk Email Protection"
  3. Click "Safe List"
  4. Enter "dlife.com" and click "Add" then "OK"

Gmail

  1. View any dLife email in your Gmail Inbox or Spam folder.
  2. Click on the dropdown menu arrow to the right of "Reply"
  3. Select "Add dLife News to Contacts list"

AOL 9.0

  1. View any dLife email in your Mailbox
  2. Click on "Mail Options" and select "Address Book"
  3. Create "New Contact"
If you do not have a recent dLife email to work with, you can instead add "dlife.com" to your
Person I Know buddy list.

AOL 7.0 or 8.0

  1. View any dLife email in your Mailbox
  2. Mouse over "dLife News to you"
  3. Click on "Add Contact"
If you do not have a recent dLife email to work with, you can do the following:
  1. Type "mail controls" in the AOL keyword search bar.
  2. Select the screen name to which the newsletter is sent.
  3. Select "Customize Mail Controls" for this screen name.
  4. In AOL 7.0, enter "dlife.com" in the Exclusion and Inclusion Parameters section.
  5. In AOL 8.0, select "Allow mail from AOL Members and addresses listed" and enter "dlife.com"
  6. Click "Add" then "OK"

MSN 9.0
(see http://www.safesenderslist.com/msn9.html)

  1. On the left side navigation area, click "Settings E-mail | Junk Mail"
  2. You will see "Add people to the safe list". Enter dlifenews@dlife.com into the text field and click "Save Changes"
  3. Repeat this process, adding dlifeteam@dlife.com to the safe list.

MSN 8.0
(see http://wl.s4m2.com/msn.php)

  1. Click the "Junk e-mail" link in the lower left corner of your Junk e-mail screen. This action will open the Junk E-mail Guard settings window.
  2. Click the "Safe List" link to add a new contact to your Safe List
  3. Paste or type the email address dlifenews@dlife.com into the box, and click the "Add" button adjacent to the field, then complete by clicking the "Save Changes" button.
  4. Repeat this process, adding dlifeteam@dlife.com to the safe list.
Outlook 2003 or newer
(see http://images.ed4.net/images/htdocs/addressbook/outlook_2003_account.html)
  1. View the list of messages in your inbox and check the box next to a dLife email
  2. Click on the "Actions" drop down menu at the top of the screen and select Junk E-Mail then "Add Recipient to Safe Recipients List" from the Junk E-Mail submenu.

Outlook 2002 Windows XP

  1. Open or preview an e-mail message from dLife.
  2. Right-click the From name dLife News [dlifenews@dlife.com] and then click "Add Contacts" on the shortcut menu.
  3. Click Save.
For more information on adding dLife to your Outlook 2002 Safe Sender List, go to:
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HP052434261033.aspx.

Outlook 2000

  1. Open an e-mail message from dLife.
  2. On the From line, right-click the name dlifenews@dlife.com, and then click "Add to Contacts."
  3. A contact will open with dLife News and dlifenews@dlife.com filled in. click Save.For more information on adding RealAge to your Outlook 2000 Safe Sender List, go to:
    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HA010549051033.aspx.

Apple Mail

By default, addresses in the address book are not considered junk mail. Please add dlifenews@dlife.com.com to your Apple Mail address book to ensure your e-mails do not end up in the junk mailbox.

Apple's Mail application calls spam "junk mail," and has two modes of junk mail blocking. In "Training" mode, messages considered junk mail are colored brown in your Inbox, but remain visible. In "Automatic" mode, junk mail messages are automatically sent to the Junk folder.

To tell Mail not to send dLife e-mail messages to the Junk folder in the future, select the dLife message found in the Junk folder, and choose Message > Mark > As Not Junk Mail.

Eudora

Please add dlifenews@dlife.com and dlifeteam@dlife.com to your Eudora address book to ensure your e-mails do not end up in the Junk Mailbox. Then choose Tools > Options > Junk Mail and place a checkmark next to the Mail isn't junk if the sender is in an Address Book option. Then click OK.

If a dLife message has been delivered to the Junk folder in the past, highlight the dLife message found in the Junk folder, and choose "Not Junk" from the Message folder.

Comcast

To add dlifenews@dlife.com and dlifeteam@dlife.com to your Comcast address book manually:

  1. Click the Address Book link in the left menu.
  2. Click ADD CONTACT at the top of your Address Book.
  3. To add dLife, you may enter information in the General, Phone, Address, Internet and Personal pages. Enter dlifenews@dlife.com as the e-mail address. Use the tabs at the top to switch from page to page.
  4. Click Save button when you are finished entering all contact information.
For more information on manually adding dlife to your Comcast Address book, go to:
http://www.comcast.net/help/faq/index.jsp?faq=EmailWebmail17885#man

To add dlifenews@dlife.com and dlifeteam@dlife.com to your Comcast address book from an e-mail:

  1. Open an e-mail message from dLife and then click on the link directly below the senders name, titled Add to Address Book
  2. Add the contact. The E-mail Address field will be pre-formatted with the address dlifenews@dlife.com displayed in the sender's message. You may enter additional information in the General, Phone, Address, Internet and Personal pages. Use the tabs at the top to switch from page to page.
  3. Click Save button when you are finished entering all contact information
For more information on adding dLife to your Comcast Address book, go to:
http://www.comcast.net/help/faq/index.jsp?faq=EmailWebmail17885#frommail

Earthlink
(see http://wl.s4m2.com/earthlink.php)

  1. Click the "Address Book" link. This action will open your Address Book.
  2. Click the "Companies (Domains)" link. This action will open the companies section of the Address Book.
  3. Click the "Add" button. This action will open the add a company domain name form.
  4. Type in "dlife.com" in the text field, and click the "Allow This Company (Domain)" button.

Other e-mail programs

If you do not receive dLife emails, please check your spam or bulk e-mail folder just in case it got delivered there instead of your inbox. If so, select the message and mark it Not Spam. This should allow future messages to get through.

Last Modified Date: November 28, 2012

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