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July 14, 2021

Whitelisting I/O Fund Instructions

Some of our subscribers have shared their concerns about not receiving I/O Fund’s Free Newsletters anymore. We understand how important this issue is and want to show you a process called “whitelisting.”  Going through this one-time process will help prevent future I/O Fund stock analysis from getting lost in your spam folder.

How to Whitelist I/O Fund Newsletters by Popular Email Services:

Below, we cover how to whitelist our emails in Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo, Mobile, and other email clients.

Gmail Whitelisting Options

  1. ADD A NEW CONTACT
    From your Gmail: Select Hamburger Menu → Contacts → Create Contact
    From your browser, go to: contacts.google.com → Create Contact
  2. CHECK YOUR SPAM
    Go to your Spam folder → Mark I/O Fund content as Not Spam
  3. REVIEW EMAIL PROMOTIONS
    Drag-and-drop the email from your promotions tab into your primary tab.
    A notification prompt will ask you if you want to do this for all future messages from Newsletter@io-fund.com, select yes.
  4. CREATE CUSTOM FILTER
    Select your Gmail settings (cogwheel icon)
    Find your Filters and Blocked Addresses menu
    Click "Create a new filter" → in the From field, type: Newsletter@io-fund.com → Click Create Filter again → Check the box "Never send it to Spam" → Press the final Create filter button to save.

Outlook Whitelisting

Update your email settings to establish who you want to block or allow.

Yahoo Whitelisting

Check sender details i.e.  the “To: and From:” sections, press + to “Add to Contacts.”
For more Yahoo help, you can manage your Yahoo spam and mailing list here.

Mobile Whitelisting for Android and iOS Devices

On mobile devices, tap the sender’s display picture or icon and it should populate options to “Add Contact” by creating a new contact or saving it as an existing one.

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3 Easy Ways to Whitelist Across Email Clients

If you use an email client, i.e. an application to manage your emails from multiple providers, you can use any of the three options to whitelist I/O Fund from your email application.

  1. ADD US AS A CONTACT
    Add Newsletter@io-fund.com to your contact list.
  2. REPLY TO ONE OF OUR EMAILS!
    Search your inbox for Newsletter@io-fund.com. After you find one of our emails, reply to the email with feedback or questions! When you reply to an email, it indicates the sender is someone you trust.
  3. REPORT AS NOT SPAM
    Scan your spam folder for an email from Newsletter@io-fund.com. Report the email as “Not Spam” or “Move to Inbox”

A note for users whitelisting through email clients: if you still notice I/O Fund emails skipping your inbox, you may need to follow whitelisting instructions at the email provider level that was covered at the beginning of the article.

What to do after you whitelist Newsletter@io-fund.com

Monitor your inbox in the weeks to come to see whether you’re getting your latest premium content. If for some reason you are still not receiving premium content notifications, please email us at newsletter@io-fund.com and someone from our team will verify if you’re still subscribed to our updates.

Do I need to whitelist Newsletter@beth.technology?

We are no longer publishing under Beth.Technology ; however, it doesn’t hurt to follow the steps above to whitelist the email addresses at the same time!

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