The complete white list instructions are as follows:

Gmail (Web Email):

  1. Find a message from the sender you want to whitelist
  2. Hover your cursor over the Sender name and wait for a menu to pop up
  3. Click ‘Add to contacts’ in the menu

Outlook/Hotmail/Windows Live & MSN (Web Email):

  1. Find and select a message from the sender you want to whitelist
  2. Click ‘Add to contacts’ (next to the From name and address in the Preview pane)

Yahoo (Web Mail):

  1. Find a message from the sender you want to whitelist
  2. Right-click on the sender’s From name and choose “Add Sender to Contacts” from the menu
  3. In the ‘Add to Contacts’ dialog box, verify that the sender information is correct and click the ‘Save’ button

AOL Web Mail

  1. Find a message from the sender you want to whitelist
  2. Right-click on the sender’s From name and choose “Add to Contacts” from the menu

Outlook 2010:

  1. On the Home tab of the ribbon, click the ‘Junk’ button and then choose ‘Junk Email Options…’ from the menu
  2. Select the ‘Safe Senders’ tab and click ‘Add’ and enter an e-mail address or Internet domain name to be added to the list box, and then click OK
  3. Enter an e-mail address or domain name for the sender you want to whitelist and then click OK

Outlook 2007:

  1. From your inbox, select a message from the sender you wish to whitelist
  2. Select ‘Actions’ and then ‘Junk Email’
  3. Click ‘Add Sender to Safe Senders List’

Norton AntiSpam:

  1. In the Norton product main window, click ‘Settings’
  2. In the ‘Settings’ window, under ‘Detailed Settings’, click ‘AntiSpam’
  3. On the ‘Filter’ tab, in the ‘Allowed List’ row, click ‘Configure’
  4. In the ‘Allowed List’ window, click ‘Add’
  5. In the ‘Add Email Address’ dialog box, in the ‘Address Type’ drop-down list, select the address type
  6. Select either ‘Domain’ or ‘Address’
  7. Enter the domain name or email address to be whitelisted
  8. Click ‘OK’
  9. In the ‘Allowed List’ window, click ‘Apply’
  10. Click ‘OK’

Barracuda Networks:

  1. Click ‘Add Sender Policy’ and fill in the domain name or email address
  2. Select ‘Exempt’ from the ‘Policy’ drop-down and then click the ‘Add’ button to save the new policy

Cloudmark DesktopOne:

  1. Open the Accounts window (Using the Accounts window)
  2. Next to the account where you receive messages from this sender, click ‘Configure….’ to open the ‘Account Settings’ window
  3. In the ‘Account Settings’ window, choose the ‘Approved Senders’ tab
  4. Click the add (+) button to open the ‘Edit Approved Senders’ window
  5. In the ‘Edit Approved Senders’ window, enter the domain name or email address to be whitelisted
  6. Click ‘OK’ to save the new setting and close the ‘Edit Approved Senders’ window
  7. Click ‘OK’ to close the ‘Account Settings’ window

Server Level White Listing:

Send this information to your e-mail administrator:
Email Service Provider: Real Magnet (www.realmagnet.com)

The sending server is either:
66.70.82.40
64.106.137.140
64.27.72.0 through 64.27.72.254
209.18.70.1 through 209.18.70.254
209.18.93.1 through 209.18.93.254
All of the above IP’s are sub-domains of magnetmail.net (mail*.magnetmail.net)

The return path is:
keycomm@mmsend6.com
(66.70.25.24)

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