A spam blocker is a great addition to any email service. It protects your inbox from a flood of unwanted emails, some of which can contain a virus or links to malicious websites. That’s why most email providers have a blocker built in.
Unfortunately, spam blockers aren’t perfect, and sometimes, messages you really want to see are filed away as spam when they shouldn’t be. It happens more often than you’d think.
That’s why I get a steady stream of emails and calls every week from loyal listeners who signed up for my daily email newsletters and haven’t seen them show up. Or they’re regular newsletter readers and one day the emails stop coming.
That’s why I’ve put together these easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions to ensure that you keep getting my newsletters – and their important tech news and security information – uninterrupted.
- Gmail users: Click here for instructions.
- Outlook users: Click here for instructions.
- Yahoo users: Click here for instructions.
- AOL users: Click here for instructions.
- Cox users: Click here for instructions.
Even if you don’t use one of these email providers, the same basic information applies to the one you use. Read through the AOL or Cox instructions, and you shouldn’t have too much trouble finding the same options in your email system.