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Do this to ensure that you will receive all our tips, news and special offers

To avoid getting unwanted email (spam), providers block messages coming from senders whose email address is not in your address book.

Do you want to receive all our promotions, tips, news and webinar invites? Then add the address to your address book or to your list of trusted senders.

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This can be done as follows:


Add our email address to your address book:

  • Open an e-mail message from Torah Blast.

  • Click on the arrow next to ‘Reply’.

  • Click ‘Add sender to contact list’.

  • Click ‘Always display images from this sender’.

  • Ensure that your Torah Blast news and offers will end up in your primary Gmail inbox:


1. Click on the ‘Promotions’ tab.
2. Drag an email from Torah Blast to the ‘Primary’ tab.
3. Click ‘yes’ to confirm that you want to receive future emails from Torah Blast under the ‘Primary’ tab.

An alternative solution is this: provide an email or newsletter from Torah Blast with a star (click the star icon  in front of an unopened email in your inbox or at the top right of an opened one). If you do this, our future newsletters will be listed under both the ‘Promotions’ and the ‘Primary’ tab.

Also see this video: (before Windows Live hotmail)

Mark our email address as safe:

  • Log in.

  • Open an email message from Torah Blast.

  • Click ‘mark as safe’ next to the From name and address.

Add our email address to your contacts:

  • Click on the ‘Contacts’ button.

  • Click on the button ‘New’.

  • Please enter a desired name in the ‘Quick name’ field.

  • Then fill in our email address ( in the field ‘Private email address’.

Outlook Desktop

To ensure that all messages originating from Torah Blast are displayed correctly, add our email address ( to your address book.

Add our address to your address book:

  • Click the right mouse button on the sender’s name in a message that you received from Torah Blast.

  • Then click ‘Add to contacts’.

In case that receiving messages from stil fails, even if our address is added to the contact list. You can solve this as follows:

  • Click ‘options’ in the ‘extra’ menu.

  • Click on the tab ‘Preferences’ under ‘e-mail’ in ‘junk mail’.

  • Click on the tab ‘Safe Senders’.

  • Also check the box ‘confide email from my Contacts’.

Apple Mail

Apple Mail doesn’t have the option to whitelist like some other email providers do. Instead, all you can do is mark something as “Not Junk” and it will be sent to your inbox. Here’s how:

  • Open your Mail app and go to the Mailboxes screen.

  • Select the Junk folder.

GIF of user whitelisting email in Apple Mail

  • Find the email you want to whitelist and swipe left to see options.

  • Tap the More button.

  • Tap the Mark button.

  • Tap the Mark as Not Junk button.


To add an email address to your mobile Yahoo! Mail contacts (and ensure delivery), follow these steps:

  • Tap the hamburger menu (three stacked lines) in the top left.

  • Tap Settings and scroll down to Filters.

GIF of user whitelisting email in Yahoo! Mail

  • Select the email account you want to add a filter for.

  • Tap the icon to add a new filter.

  • Name it anything you want (such as “Whitelist”), then either:

    • Add the exact email you want to whitelist OR;

    • Add the you want to whitelist to get deliveries from every email at that domain.

  • Click the  icon in the top right to save the filter.


To whitelist all emails from a domain in the Mail app for Mac OS X or macOS:


Screenshot of user whitelisting email in Mac OS X Mail App

  1. In the top menu, click Mail > Preferences.

  2. Click the Rules tab.

  3. Click Add Rule.

  4. Enter a whitelist name in the Description field, such as "Whitelist:" to create the new rule.

  5. For conditions, set the first dropdown menu item to any. It should say: If any of the following conditions are met.

  6. In the following dropdown menus, select From in the first field and Ends with in the second field.

  7. In the text field following Ends with, enter the domain name that you want to whitelist. Include "@" before the domain name to make the filter specific—for example, to whitelist all mail from the domain, but not mail that might come from one of its subdomains (such as, type "" into the field.

  8. Click the plus sign next to the last condition to add another domain with the same criteria if you want to whitelist more domains.

  9. In the Perform the following actions section, set the three dropdown items to: Move Message, to the mailbox: Inbox (or any target folder you want).

  10. Click OK to save the rule.


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