How to Whitelist Email Sender or a Domain in Yahoo! Mail

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Yahoo Mail places any emails that it interprets as SPAM in “Spam” folder located in the left navigation after you logged in. You’ll have to check this folder any time for regularly to make sure an email you wanted to receive did not end up here. To whitelist our email spread@reasonables.com with Yahoo, you need to set up a “filter”.

Steps:

1. The first user has to Log-in Yahoo Mail account.

2. If you found an email from spread@reasonables.com in your Yahoo! Mail spam folder, open it and click “Not Spam” button.

How to Whitelist Email Sender or a Domain in Yahoo! Mail-step-1

3. Click “Options” in the top left corner, then click “Mail Options”.

How to Whitelist Email Sender or a Domain in Yahoo! Mail-step-2

4. Select “Filters” in the mail options area.

How to Whitelist Email Sender or a Domain in Yahoo! Mail-step-3

5. On the Filters page, click “Add” button.

6. Define filter name, and select “Contains” from “Sender” pull-down menu, then enter spread@reasonables.com into the dialog box, which tells the system to put email with spread@reasonables.com in your inbox and not the spam folder.

How to Whitelist Email Sender or a Domain in Yahoo! Mail-step-4

7. Select “Inbox” from “Then deliver the email to the following folder” pull-down menu, and then click “Save” button above.

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  • yashi

    Thank you for your helpful guide.

  • ravi lodhi

    nice article. Thank for help

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    Is there any way to check whether a mail is really spam or not ?

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    what does it mean to whitelist an email address?

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    its new for me…thank you

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    What is White list email Address. please define

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    How to avoid the spam folder?

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    After setting filters i’m still getting spams why ?

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