Don’t miss any tips!

Kimberly Ann Jimenez

Thank you for subscribing to MrsMParentCoach, (that’s me!).

So here’s the gist.

Most email service providers and Internet companies are now using programs to block unwanted e-mail, often called spam. Sometimes, however, these programs block e-mail you actually want to get. Frustrating, right?

To Make Sure You Are Receiving Your MrsMParentCoach Emails Do This:
Add me to your contacts… we can be friends, right? 😊 Or… add the corresponding email addresses from MrsMParentCoach to your email whitelist to to make sure you get your tips about kids!

A whitelist is basically just a list of accepted items or persons in a set…. a list of e-mail addresses or domain names from which an e-mail blocking program will allow messages to be received.

Why is this important?

Unwanted ad emails that you don’t want are known as ”spam”. And you probably already get a ton of those. The problem has escalated to the point that most Internet Service Providers have put a blocking or filtering system in place instead of only relying on blacklists to tell the good guys from the bad.

Of course, my company and I seriously applauds their intention to protect you from the bad guys that spam the heck out of your email account. But of course, the current systems are not perfect. They often block emails that you’ve requested, but that’s just the name of the game. While they make updates to their blocking and filtering system, but in the mean time, you might find you’re not getting your fantastically helpful content from me (and many other cool-as-ever businesses).

But… there’s something you can do to keep your subscription’s content from falling into the filtering systems by mistake. You can fight the blacklist with a ”whitelist.”

Whitelist us right away before our juicy emails get blocked. 

And since every email system is different, here are some instructions to follow for the most popular ones. But if yours isn’t here, simply contact your service provider and they’ll send you your instructions.

Gmail:

1. In your inbox, locate an email from MrsMParentCoach@gmail.com (ex. your welcome email).
2. Drag this email to the “primary” tab of your inbox.

Inbox (1) - kim@kimberlyannjimenez com - Kimberly Jimenez Mail


3. You’ll see that my emails will go to your primary folder in the future! Yay!🎉 You’re so efficient!

Yahoo! Mail:

When opening an email message, a “+” symbol should display next to From: and the sender’s name. Select this and an “Add to contacts” pop-up should appear. Select “Save”:

(12986 unread) - kjimenez1189 - Yahoo Mail

Make sure to also check your spam folder in case my emails are being delivered there and mark them as ”not spam”.

(12985 unread) - kjimenez1189 - Yahoo Mail

Mac Mail:

1&2. Select “Mail” and “Preferences” from the top menu.

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3.In the “Preferences” window, click the “Rules” icon.
4.Click the “Add Rule” button.

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5.In the “Rules” window, type a name for your rule in the “Description” field.
6.Use the following settings: “If any of the following conditions are met: From Contains.”
6.Type the sender’s email address in the text field beside “Contains.”

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7Select “Move Message” and “Inbox” from the drop-down menus. 8.Click “Ok” to save the rule.

Outlook 2003 & Later:

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1.Right-click on the message in your inbox.
2.Select “Junk E-mail” from the menu.
3.Click “Add Sender to Safe Senders List.”

You’re so awesome!

You got this!