Emails that pop into your life without your consent are a headache that we all call “spam.”
Spam is so prevalent that most providers have some sort of blocking or filtering service to protect you. Some also keep a “blacklist” of email senders to try to filter the good ones from the bad.
Like any automated system, sometimes this could prevent you from receiving the emails that you really want.
To counteract any false positives, it’s a good idea for you to create a “whitelist” of your own, letting your provider know which senders you have approved.
Take Charge of your Email Now with a Whitelist
If you do not see an email from A Book in Time in your Inbox, the overzealous filtering by ISPs may have mistakenly sent it to your spam folder. Please open your spam folder look for it there, open it and mark it as “not spam”.
If A Book In Time is being filtered, try adding firstname.lastname@example.org to your Address Book or Contact list.
If messages continue to be sent to your junk folder contact your ISP or spam filter application support and ask how to whitelist email@example.com.