To ensure that your Experts Exchange e-mails are delivered to your inbox, you can instruct your email client to run a rule or "filter" to send emails to your Inbox. You will also want to add "email@example.com
" to your email address book.
Here's how to do it for Gmail:
Go to "Settings" -> "Filters": https://mail.google.com/mail/#settings/filters
Click on "Create a new filter"
Go to the "From" line and type: *@experts-exchange.com.
Click on "Create filter with this search"
Check on "Never send it to Spam" and click on "Create Filter"
For more information on Gmail Filters go here.
Here's how to do it for Yahoo:
Go to "Options" -> "Mail Options" -> "Filters"
Click on "Add"
Name your filter something that you will remember like "Experts Exchange"
Go to Sender and choose: "Contains" and type in *@experts-exchange.com.
Make sure that "Then deliver the email to the following folder" is "Inbox"
Here's how to do it for Outlook:
Go to "Tools" -> "Rules and Alerts"
Click on "New Rule"
Click on "Move messages from someone to a folder"
Choose the following: "with specific words in the sender's address" click on 'specific words' and type in *@experts-exchange.com
Click on 'specified' folder and choose "Inbox"
The rule should look like this: "Apply this rule after the message arrives with *@experts-exchange.com in the sender's address, move it to the Inbox folder.
Click next 3 times and make sure that "Turn on this rule" is checked on.
Here's how to do it for MSN (Hotmail):
Go to "Options" -> "More Options"
Click on "Safe and blocked senders"
Click on "Safe Senders"
Type in "@experts-exchange.com" in the open field and click "Add to list"