2 Tips To Avoid The Dreaded Spam Folder

These two approaches will work for nearly all the popular email services out there. And they are pretty quick and easy.

Step One: Add the sender’s address to your contacts/address book. This signals to your email service that you care about this sender’s email. For example, if you want to add Mark’s emails, simply add “[email protected]” to your contacts. Easy peezy.

Step Two: If for some reason the message still ends up in Spam, click on the message and select “Not Spam” (or something similar). This will send the message to your inbox and teach your email service of your preferences for future reference.