Dealing with Bounced and Blocked Emails

in Your Gmail and Bigpond Accounts

Are you using a Gmail or Bigpond email address and NOT getting important emails?

Many businesses are having a big problem with good emails ending up in their Spam folder or being Blocked and not being delivered at all.

Recently Gmail and Bigpond and probably other email clients increased their threshold for treating emails as spam or not spam.

This is a good thing and a bad painful thing in business. As many reputable suppliers and other business are now being Blocked and seen as Spam by Gmail and Bigpond. These emails, many are important to a business, yet they are either not delivered like they used to be. Or the emails end up in Gmail or Bigpond spam folders.

Using Gmail or Bigpond it’s time to make sure you don’t miss those important emails

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Here are Simple Instructions to get those Emails Delivered into your inbox.

Your Gmail or Bigpond account needs to know that the particular email is trusted or safe. And the simplest ways to make sure your email client recognises an incoming email address is trusted. Is to add that email address to your contacts or Safe List. In some cases this is also know as Whitelisting an email address.

When you do this the once Blocked email address will always end up in your Inbox.

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How to Add Approved Senders to your Gmail

Here are simple instructions to add approved senders to your Gmail. It explains the simple process with images.

https://www.wikihow.com/Add-Approved-Senders-to-Gmail

How to Whitelist Addresses or Domains in Gmail

This article provides basic information about your SPAM/JUNK folder and how you can mark addresses and domains as “Safe” in Gmail.

https://support.wharton.upenn.edu/help/202526153-spam-filtering-service-for-student-email-accounts

How to Add a Sender to the Safe Senders List in Microsoft Outlook

Add known senders to the Safe Senders list to ensure that their email will not go to your Junk E-mail folder.

This feature works the same in all modern versions of Microsoft Outlook: 2010, 2013, and 2016.

https://www.webucator.com/how-to/how-add-sender-the-safe-senders-list-microsoft-outlook.cfm

Create Rules in Microsoft Outlook to Move Email Into Specified Folder

If you want to organise your Microsoft Outlook inbox then this video is for you. I will show you how to manage email messages by using rules. This works in Microsoft Outlook 2007, Microsoft Outlook 2010, Microsoft Outlook 2013, Microsoft Outlook 2016 and Office 365.

So if your inbox is full of email and is really hard to find what you’re looking for then organising it to Specified Folder is the way to go. you can set it up how you like incoming and outgoing folders and set rule for all email accounts.

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