How to whitelist Benchmark Email domains in your Postini Settings to receive mails properly in your inbox
Postini is an email and Web security and archiving service owned by Google since 2007. It provides cloud computing services for filtering email spam and malware (before it is delivered to a client's mail server), offers optional email archiving and protects client networks from web-borne malware. Postini Services - Postini Services let you set up email policies and filters. Log into your Postini Services console. Please click on the Postini Services console link from the Dashboard of your accuont It will give you this page: Please choose your session type: System Administration - or - Message Center (You will be automatically redirected to your Message Center in 5 seconds.) After that, click on the My Settings tab. You will find the Junk Settings tab. In front of that, please click on the Approve Senders tab. In the Approved Domains Section, please enter the Benchmark Email domains as given here: bmsend.com, benchmarkemail.com and then click on the Update Approved Senders.
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What is Whitelisting? How do I add email addresses to my safe senders list in my email client (or my security software)?
Whitelisting is specifically allowing emails from a certain source, such as Benchmark Email, to be allowed into your email inbox. Adding such trusted email addresses to your whitelist so that they can pass easily through your spam filter or junk folder varies across the different email clients and internet security platforms. The following is a list of steps for programs and email in alphabetical order. AOL 7.0 / 8.0 / 9.9 & AOL Mail AT&T Webmail and BellSouth Comcast SmartZone Cox Email EarthLink / Earthlink Total Access Gmail Hotmail Mac Mail McAfee SpamKiller MSN Thunderbird / Netscape 6 or 7 NetZero Norton AntiSpam Outlook 2003 - 2007 / Outlook 2000 / Outlook 10 / Outlook 2011 / 2013 Outlook Express 6 Road Runner Spam Assassin Verizon Windows Live Yahoo! AOL 7.0 & 8.0 Open a message from the desired sender. Click the Add Address icon on the right side of the window. Click the Save button AOL 9.0 and Up Open a message from the desired sender Click the Add Address icon on the right side of the window Click the OK button AOL Mail Open a message from the desired sender. Click Show Images: Always for this sender Top AT&T Webmail and BellSouth In your mailbox, click Options. Go to Mail Options, select Filters. Click Add Filter. Go to From Header and select Contains. Enter the trusted address or domain (email or website) in the box provided. Go to the drop down menu at the bottom with the option Move the message to. Select Inbox. Click Add Filter Top Comcast SmartZone Click Address Book Click New. Select New Contact Add email address. Click Save Top Cox Email Click Preferences. Go to General Email Preferences and click Blocked Senders. Type address or domain to add to the Exceptions list. Click Add. Click Save. Top EarthLink Click on Address Book (it's over on the left, below your Folders). When your Address Book opens, click the Add new contact. On the Add Contact screen, find the Internet Information box. Enter the desired address into the top Email box. Click Save. Earthlink Total Access Open a message from the desired sender In the From field, right-click the email address Click the Add to Address Book link in the menu Click the Ok button Top Gmail Open a message from the desired sender. Click Always display images from (senders address). OR Open a message from the desired sender. Click the arrow next to reply on the top right. Click Add sender to contact list. Top Hotmail Open a message from the desired sender. Click Mark as safe next to the From name and address. Now click Add contact. Top Mac Mail Open a message from the desired sender Go to Message in the top tool bar Click Add Sender to Address Book from the drop-down menu Top McAfee SpamKiller Go to Friends and click Add. Type the trusted address or domain in the space provided. Click OK. Top MSN Click on Help & Settings Click Email Settings Click on Safe List In Add an item to this list, type the specific email address or use @xxxx.com to whitelist the domain (note: xxxx has to be replaced with the domain) Click Add Top Thunderbird / Netscape 6 or 7 Open a message from the desired sender. In the From field, right-click the email address. Click the Add to Address Book link in the menu. Click the OK button. Top NetZero Go to Options and click Safe List. Type the trusted domain or address in Add Address to Safe List. Click Add then click Save. Top Norton AntiSpam Go to the Status & Settings tab and click AntiSpam. Click Configure and go to the Allowed List tab. Click Add and type the trusted address or domain in the Email Address box. Click OK. Top Outlook 2003 - 2007 Open a message from the desired sender. Go to the Actions option in the top tool bar. Select Junk E-mail from the drop down menu. Select the Add Sender to Safe Senders List option. Top Outlook 2000 / Outlook 11 Open a message from the desired sender In the From field, right-click the email address Click the Add to Contacts link in the menu Click the OK button Top Outlook 2010 / Outlook 2013 Open Microsoft Outlook 2010 / 2013 In the home tab, click the Junk drop down menu Then click Junk Email Options Navigate to the Safe Recipients tab Click the Add button Type in the email address or domain you want to whitelist, then click okay Top Outlook Express 6 Open a message from the desired sender In the From field, right-click the email address Click the Add to Address Book link in the menu Click the OK button Top Road Runner Open Junk Mail folder. Select emails you wish to add to your whitelist. Click Mark as Not Spam. Top Spam Assassin In your hard drive, find your Spam Assassin folder. Click the folder. Open the file named user_prefs with a text editor or Notepad. (If the file does not exist you can create it using the instructions on Spam Assassin's website.) Make a new line with the text whitelist_from and the trusted address or domain you wish to add. Save the file and close it. Top Verizon Go to Options and select Block Senders. In the Safe List, type your t