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The Fight Against Spam

ParentingWeekly values and respects the trust you place in us and will never send unsolicited emails or provide your email address to others. We only send email communications to those who choose to 'opt-in' and provide a convenient 'opt-out' or unsubscribe link at the bottom of all of our newsletters.

Many web mail services and email applications have adopted stringent mail filters to reduce unsolicited emails. In addition to unwanted spam, these filters may mistakenly block our newsletters and other important email.


What You Can Do

To ensure you receive all your ParentingWeekly newsletters and valuable email communications, we recommend you follow the simple instructions below to add us to your address book. Even if you are currently receiving our newsletters, adding our email to your address book will help to prevent future delivery problems.

To add ParentingWeekly to your address book, follow the instructions below for your web mail service or email application.


Yahoo! Mail

You can add ParentingWeekly to your address book by following the Add to Address Book link located next to the 'From:' address of your email.

You can also set up simple filters to ensure you receive all future ParentingWeekly newsletters in your Yahoo! Mail inbox.

  1. Follow the Options link located on the top right of the Yahoo! Mail navigation bar.
  2. Select Filters.
  3. Click Add.
  4. Give the filter an appropriate name under Filter Name such as "ParentingWeekly newsletters".
  5. Make sure the first criterion reads From header: contains. Type "@ParentingWeekly.com" to the adjacent entry field.
  6. Then, select the inbox from the pull-down menu under Move the message to:
  7. Click Add Filter.

Not receiving your ParentingWeekly newsletters?

If you are not receiving ParentingWeekly newsletters in your inbox, check if the newsletter is in your Yahoo Bulk Folder. If it is there, open the newsletter and click the Not Spam button or move the email to your inbox. If any ParentingWeekly email addresses are in your "Blocked Addresses" list, select it and click the Remove Block button. To ensure you receive all future newsletters, please set up a filter as outlined above.


MSN Hotmail

Add ParentingWeekly to your Hotmail Safe List to make sure your newsletters are delivered to your Hotmail inbox every week. Hotmail regards mail from a sender on this list as legitimate email.

  1. Select Contacts from the Hotmail navigation bar.
  2. Follow the Safe List link.
  3. Type "ParentingWeekly.com" in the Safe List entry field.
  4. Click Add.

Not receiving your ParentingWeekly newsletters?

If you are not receiving ParentingWeekly newsletters in your inbox, check if the newsletter is in your Junk E-mail folder. If it is there, open the newsletter and click the Not Junk button or move the email to your inbox. Check also to see if any ParentingWeekly.com email addresses are in your "Blocked Senders" list. If so, select it and click the Remove button. To ensure you receive all future newsletters, please add ParentingWeekly to your Safe List as outlined above.


AOL

Add ParentingWeekly@parentingweekly.com to your AOL address book to ensure you receive future ParentingWeekly newsletters in your inbox.

  1. Select Address Book from your Mail menu.
  2. Click the Add button and wait for the "Address Card for New Contact" window to load.
  3. Copy and paste ParentingWeekly@parentingweekly.com into the "Other E-Mail" field.
  4. Check the associated check box to make our From address the "Primary E-Mail" address.
  5. Click the Save button.

Not receiving your ParentingWeekly newsletters?

If you are not receiving ParentingWeekly newsletters in your inbox, check if the newsletter is in your AOL Spam Folder. If it is there, open the newsletter and click the This Is Not Spam button. To ensure you receive all future newsletters, please add ParentingWeekly@parentingweekly.com to your Address Box as outlined above.


Gmail

Make sure you've added ParentingWeekly@parentingweekly.com to your Contacts list. Gmail always delivers messages from your contacts.

  1. Click Contacts along the left side navigation.
  2. Click Add Contact.
  3. Copy and paste ParentingWeekly@parentingweekly.com into the primary email address dialog box.
  4. Click the Save button.

Not receiving your ParentingWeekly newsletters?

If you are not receiving ParentingWeekly newsletters in your inbox, check if the newsletter is in your Spam Folder. If it is there, check the box next to the newsletter and click the Not Spam button along the top. To ensure you receive all future newsletters, please add ParentingWeekly@parentingweekly.com into your Contacts list as outlined above.


Outlook

One way you can help Outlook deliver your ParentingWeekly newsletters directly into your inbox is by adding known senders to your list of Safe Senders. To add an address or domain to your Safe Senders list in Outlook:

  1. Select Actions > Junk E-mail > Junk E-mail Options from your Outlook menu.
  2. Go to the Safe Senders tab.
  3. Click Add.
  4. Type "ParentingWeekly.com" in the field provided.
  5. Click OK.
  6. Click OK again.

Not receiving your ParentingWeekly newsletters?

If you are not receiving ParentingWeekly newsletters in your inbox, Outlook's mail filters may have accidentally filtered our newsletter as Junk E-mail. To ensure you receive all future newsletters in your inbox, please add ParentingWeekly into your Safe Senders list as outlined above and move the email to your inbox.


Others

If our weekly e-mail newsletters are not arriving in your inbox, then we suggest checking your spam folder, bulk folder or junk folder. Once found, you will need to select our newsletter and click on the Not Spam or Not Junk button and move the email to your inbox.

Even if you are currently receiving our newsletters in your inbox, we urge you to add our ParentingWeekly@parentingweekly.com to your address book to prevent future delivery problems. Please refer to the help section associated with your email application for specific instructions on adding ParentingWeekly to your address book, safe list, contact list or whitelist.


 

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