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How to Whitelist Email Address in Gmail

Oyetoke Tobi - Saturday, July 09, 2016

Are you having issue with some of your crucial mails going to junk or spam? Do you notice that you’re missing some important emails that should be going to your inbox but are ending up in your junk or spa, folder instead? If yes, then you are in the right place to fix that. 

Fortunately whitelisting email addresses is extremely simple to carry out. So if you are using Gmail, below are the steps to take when whitelisting any email address in order to be sure not to miss important emails.

Log in to your Gmail account and the head to Settings > Filters and Blocked Addresses. Then click on Create new filter. 


There are three ways which you can use to whitelist email addresses which are:

Whitelist Individual Emails

With this, you can create an individual filter per email, as they come up. So if you want to whitelist an individual email address, just enter that email address in the “From” field.


Whitelist All Addresses from the same Domain

In case you want to make sure that all emails from any given domain name get into your inbox, you can simple whitelist that domain. For example, if you want to whitelist all emails from ScholarsGlobe email addresses, all you will need to do is to just enter @scholarsglobe.com in the “From” field.


Whitelist Multiple Addresses at Once

Assuming you would like to whitelist multiple addresses but they aren’t from the same domain, you can just enter each address divided by the operator OR. For instance, hello@hello.com OR hello@gmail.com.


So after you’ve filled in the From field, then click on the Create filter with this search.

Then make sure you check the Never sent to spam checkbox, and click on the Create filter button.




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