Make Sure You Get Your Newsletters and Other Good Mail on Windows
PocoMail: Make Sure It Doesn't Filter Important Mail as Spam
PocoMail's spam filters are simple, but effective. Here's how to make sure they're not getting super-effective and catch your newsletters or other important mail.
POPFile: Make Sure It Never Thinks Newsletters are Spam
Make sure you'll never have to re-classify your favorite newsletters. Here's how to hard-wire them to a certain bucket in POPFile.
MailWasher: Make Sure It Doesn't Think Newsletters Are Spam
For the best results, use just the right amount of detergent. Here's how to make sure MailWasher doesn't think important messages or your favorite newsletters are spam.
MailWasher Pro: Whitelist a Domain
Whitelist domains to make sure MailWasher Pro's effective spam filters don't get overeffective and catch important mail or newsletters.
Your ISP: Make Sure They Don't Block Your Newsletters
In a laudable effort to curb down on spam, many Internet Service Providers are filtering junk mail before it can reach you, and sometimes catch good mail, too. Here's how to talk to your ISP to make sure you're getting all your favorite newsletters without interruption.
K9: Add a Sender or Domain to the Whitelist
Usually, K9 knows the junk pretty well, and it knows the good mail, too. Nothing is completely error-proof, though, and especially when you've just started using K9 it may think a legit message is spam. Here's how to avoid that for senders you know.
Apocgraphy: Whitelist a Sender or Domain
Apocgraphy filters just about all dangerous or annoying email. To make sure it never filters important mail, too, here's how to put a sender or domain on your Apocgraphy white list.
ASD: Add a Sender or Domain to the Clean List
Use Advanced Spam Defense's advanced spam filters on junk mailers, but not on friends and newsletters.
(STEVEN): Make Sure it Doesn't Block Newsletters as Spam
(STEVEN) blocks most spam, but if you don't whitelist your favorite newsletters it might catch them, too.
Inbox100: Whitelist a Sender or Domain
If your anti-spam tool allows only mail from whitelisted senders to your Inbox, this white list is of primal importance. Here's how to add the addresses and domains of known senders and newsletters to Inbox100's whitelist.
MailMate: Whitelist a Sender or Domain
Help MailMate avoid holding back your friends' mail or newsletter you want to receive by whitelisting known senders.
MailShield Desktop: Add a Sender to the Friends List
Make sure MailShield Desktop will never intercept mail from important contacts or your favorite newsletters.
McAfee SpamKiller: Make Sure It Doesn't Kill Newsletters
Make your newsletters your friends. Here's how to make sure McAfee SpamKiller never mistakes one of the newsletters you receive for spam.
Spam Blocker: Whitelist a Sender or Domain
Block spam, not good mail. Here's how to make sure Spam Blocker doesn't eliminate mail from known senders and newsletters.
Spam Bully: Make Sure It Never Filters Newsletters as Spam
While Spam Bully learns pretty fast, there's still the chance of one or the other false positive — unless, of course, you whitelist important contacts and newsletters. Here's how.
Spam Inspector: Add a Sender or Domain to the Friends List
Sometimes, Spam Inspector can be overeager and filter good mail as spam. To make sure this doesn't happen to your friends or favorite newsletters, here's how to whitelist them.
Spam Interceptor: Add a Domain to Your Trusted Senders
Make sure Spam Interceptor only intercepts spam and does not interfere with your newsletters. Here's how to whitelist a domain in Spam Interceptor.
Spam Sleuth: Add an Email Address or Domain to Your Friends
Know your friends, and make Spam Sleuth know them, too. Here's how to add individual email address or complete domains to Spam Sleuth's white list of senders whose messages always get past its filters.
SpamChoke: Whitelist a Sender or Domain
Help SpamChoke avoid filtering away good mail by whitelisting trusted senders.
SpamEater Pro: Approve a Sender or Domain
The filters used by SpamEater Pro to detect spam are good, but they're not perfect. Here's how to help them avoid filtering good mail by whitelisting senders and domains.
Spamihilator: Make Sure It Never Filters Newsletters as Spam
Spamihilator makes hardly any mistakes. But if it does, make sure it doesn't filter mail from your friends, or your favorite newsletters.
SpamPal: Add a Sender or Domain to the Whitelist
Tell SpamPal about your pals (and newsletters) so it will never filter their messages as spam.
spamPepper: Whitelist a Domain
spamPepper not only makes it almost impossible for spammers to invade your Inbox, it is also difficult for newsletter senders to authorize. Here's how to make sure you get all your email newsletters and profit from spamPepper filtering.
SpamWeed: Make Sure It Never Thinks Newsletters are Spam
If SpamWeed is not yet trained to know exactly what your good mail looks like it may produce one or the other false positive. To make sure this does not happen to your favorite newsletters, for example, here's how to whitelist a sender or domain in SpamWeed.
Zaep: Whitelist a Domain Manually
If your anti-spam tool needs to know who to trust, it's important that you add those to the list that cannot prove their trustworthiness themselves. Here's how to add domains to the Zaep whitelist.