Whitelisting spam filter software is no longer an option if you want to receive your important email. Here's how to do it...
Whitelisting spam filter software is not difficult. If you are using a client-side third-party spam filter (e.g., McAfee SpamKiller) to augment your email software, please indicate to that filtering software to accept the scared-out-of-your-wits.com domain.
Either add the scared-out-of-your-wits.com domain to some kind of a white list (or a "good list" or similar name), or click to indicate that mail filtered into a "Junk" folder is not junk -- all systems follow similar patterns, but the names may change. It is usually pretty straightforward, but you may need to search the software's help for a bit of direction.
NOTE: Since your client-side email software-and-filter is the very end of the line, email may be filtered out before it reaches there. If you don't get email that you are expecting, check other links on the
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If all else fails, call or email your ISP/mail service's tech support and specifically ask how you can be sure to receive all email from me (mentioning the domain name: scared-out-of-your-wits.com). Be sure to follow their instructions for whitelisting the scared-out-of-your-wits.com domain.
While I wish I was able to provide specific instructions for users of all spam filter software services, there are too many of them to review all of them here. However, the instructions provided here should suffice in most cases.