One of the biggest challenges for chambers and chamber members is that chamber newsletters go into spam, so you don’t know when upcoming events are. Here’s how to whitelist your chamber of commerce e-mails, so they get through:

Whitelist Chamber of Commerce E-mails in Gmail

  • Click the gear icon in Gmail and select “See all settings” from the Quick settings menu
  • Navigate to “Filters and Blocked Addresses” in the top menu
  • Select “Create a new filter”
  • Add a specific email or a whole domain in the “From” field
  • Click “Create filter”
  • Check “Never send it to Spam” in the checkbox
  • Click “Create filter”

Whitelist Chamber of Commerce E-mails in Outlook

  • Click the gear icon in Outlook and select “View all Outlook settings”
  • Select “Mail” from the settings menu
  • Choose “Junk email” from the submenu
  • Click “Add” under “Safe senders and domains”
  • Enter the email address that you want whitelisted
  • Choose “Save”

Whitelist Chamber of Commerce E-mails on iPhone

  • Open the Mail app
  • Select Mailboxes in the top-left corner
  • Open spam folder on iPhone
  • Select Junk
  • Select to open the email you want to mark as not junk
  • Select the Folders icon in the bottom menu
  • Select Inbox

Whitelist Chamber of Commerce E-mails in Samsung Mail

  • Select the email to open it
  • Press the From address
  • Select “Add to Contacts”
  • Click “Create Contact” then “Save”

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