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Since your email provider may use some type of overzealous filtering, we ask that you add us to your trusted list of senders, contacts or address book. This is known as “whitelisting.”

If you don’t see an email from Parsing Science in your Inbox, it may have mistakenly been sent to your spam folder. Open your spam folder and if you find an email from Parsing Science open it and mark it as “Not spam.” NEXT, click your provider below for instructions on how to whitelist news@parsingscience.org, from which our newsletter is sent.

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Security Apps

Spam Filters

Is your email client or spam filter not listed?

If Parsing Science is being filtered, try adding news@parsingscience.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 news@parsingscience.org.


 

Email apps

 

Gmail

If you do not readily find an email from Parsing Science, check your Gmail Spam Folder. If you find an email from Parsing Science open it and mark it as “Not spam”. Then, to assure you continue to get emails you asked to receive, Create a Filter:

  1. Open the email from Parsing Science.
  2. Click dots menu on the top right, to reveal your choices:

3. Click Filter messages like this:

  Reply
  Forward
  Filter messages like this

4. Click the button  Create filter   to open your settings. From the next menu, check these options:

  Never send it to Spam
  Always mark it as important
  Also apply filter to matching conversations
  Categorize as: Choose Category…

5. Under the “Categorize as: Choose Category …“,  click the dropdown icon next to “Choose Category …

6. Select Primary in the next options menu.

  Choose Category…
  Primary
  Social
  Updates
  Forums
  Promotions

7. Click the blue  Create filter   button, to save your settings.

Now you will always see Parsing Science in your Primary Inbox tab.

Next, if the email remains marked as spam, mark it as “Not spam.” Then:

  1. If you see an email from Parsing Science, open it.
  2. Click the button on the alert, labeled Report Not spam

  alert icon

Why is this message in spam? It is similar to messages that were identified as spam in the past.

Report not spam

 

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Gmail Tabs

If you find an email from Parsing Science in your Gmail “Promotions” tab:

1. Grab and drag my email to the Primary Inbox tab.
2. After doing so, you will receive an alert like the one below at the top of your Gmail toolbar:

 

Conversation moved to Primary. Do this for future messages from news@parsingscience.org?

Yes   Undo

 

3. Click Yes in the black alert box at Gmail. This way you will always see in Parsing Science your Primary Inbox tab.

Also you can create a filter …

If you find an email from Parsing Science in your Gmail Promotions tab:

  1. Open the email.
  2. Click the dots menu on the top left of the email.

Click Filter messages like this.

  Reply
  Forward
  Filter messages like this

Click the button  Create filter   to open your settings.

Select Primary in the next options menu.

  Choose Category…
  Primary
  Social
  Updates
  Forums
  Promotions

Click the blue  Create filter   button, to save your settings.

Now you will always see Parsing Science in your Primary Inbox tab.

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Gmail Mobile App

If you are using the Gmail Mobile App on your mobile device, open the app now. Should you not see an email from Parsing Science, check the Spam Folder. If an email from Parsing Science is mistakenly sent to Gmail spam:

1. Open the email and tap the icon. Select “Change labels…”

  Move to
  Snooze
  Change labels
  Mark as not important

2. Check Inbox next to Label as:

Image of Gmail's new label menu

3. Tap OK to save your settings.

If you’re using Gmail Tabs such as “Promotions”, open your Promotions tab in Gmail. Then, after finding the email from Parsing Science:

    1. Tap the menu icon – top right.
    2. Select Move to.
  Move to
  Snooze
  Change labels

3. Then select Primary from the list:

Screenshot of the Gmail app move to menu

This should help Gmail put email from Parsing Science in your Primary Inbox tab.

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Yahoo icon

Yahoo! Mail

Should you not see an email from parsing science in your Inbox, check the Spam Folder. If an email from Parsing Science is present:

  1. Open the email.
  2. Next, click the Not Spam button on the top toolbar.

To ensure future delivery, create a filter to automatically send email from Parsing Science to your Inbox.

  1. Click or tap the Gear icon in the top right navigation bar.
  2. Select Settings from the list that drops down.
  3. Choose Filters located on the left side of the page.
  4. Click the Add button on the Filters page.
  5. Create a name such as Whitelist in the Filter name field.
  6. In the From field leave the default contains selected.
  7. Enter our email address news@parsingscience.org in the text box next to Contains …
  8. Choose the destination folder to which you would like the message delivered. For example: Inbox.
  9. Click or tap Save …
  10. You will see in the next screen “Deliver to Inbox if From Parsing Science contains”
  11. Click or tap Save on this screen.
  12. You will be returned to your Yahoo! Inbox.

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iPhone mail app icon

iPhone Mail App

Periodically check the Junk folder for email messages that were marked as junk mistakenly. To indicate that an email message from Parsing Science isn’t junk:

    1. Open your Mail app and go to the Mailboxes screen.
    2. Scroll down to the folders area:

Screenshot of iPhone mailboxes screen

    1. Select the Junk folder.
    2. Find the email from Parsing Science and slide it left to see options:

Screenshot of iPhone swipe left screen

3. Tap the More button.

4. Tap the Mark button:

Screenshot of iPhone move messages screen

5. Tap the Mark as Not Junk button.

Screenshot of iPhone mail not junk screen

The message is moved to your Inbox. Subsequent email messages from Parsing Science will no longer be marked as junk. By default, messages in the Junk folder are deleted after 30 days, so be sure to check it often to whitelist relevant email.

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Outlook Mobile App

Outlook’s mobile app now offers a “Focused Inbox” for your important email. To add Parsing Science to your list of Focused Inbox on the Outlook App, first Open the mobile Outlook app on your Android, Microsoft or iPhone. Then open the email from Parsing Science:

    1. Click the dropdown menu Screenshot of Outlook App dropdown button on the top right of your Inbox.
    2. On the menu displayed tap Move to Focused Inbox:

Screenshot of Outlook App dropdown menu

3. Select the Move this and all future messages button:

Screenshot of Outlook App move to screen

4. Tap Move.

Now all future messages from Parsing Science will appear in your Focused Inbox. You can also remove unwanted emails from your Focused Inbox as well by repeating this process in your Focused tab.

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Email software and websites

 

Outlook 2003, Outlook 2016 and Outlook Office 365

To ensure you continue to receive important emails in Outlook Office, add Parsing Science to your list of “Safe senders” on Outlook:

  1. Right click our email in your Inbox email list pane.
  2. On the menu displayed move your mouse over or tap Junk.
  3. Click or tap on Never block sender in the menu that rolls out.
  4. The resulting popup will say “The sender of the selected message has been added to your Safe Senders List.”
  5. Click OK.

Next, to add sender to your address book:

  1. Open the email from Parsing Science.
  2. Right click on the from address.
  3. Choose the Add to contacts option.

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Outlook.com

In the new Outlook.com you must click the Wait it’s safe link if you find emails incorrectly identified as spam. Entering the email contact in the address book or contacts no longer whitelists the sender. To ensure messages from specific email addresses are not sent to your Junk Email folder, you can do one of two things:

Option 1: Mark Sender as “Wait it’s safe!”

  1. Check the Junk folder. If you see the Parsing Science email in your Inbox, open the email from Parsing Science.
  2. Click the “Wait it’s safe” link.

Parsing Science (news@parsingscience.org)

To: you@outlook.com

Microsoft SmartScreen marked this message as junk and we’ll delete it after ten days.

Wait, it’s safe! | I’m not sure. Let me check

 

Option 2: Manually Add to Safe List

  1. Click gear the icon on the top right.
  2. Select Options in the drop down list.
  3. On the Options page, under Preventing junk email, click Safe and blocked senders.
  4. Click the link Safe senders on the next page.
  5. Enter the email address news@parsingscience.org in the text box.
  6. Click Add to list.
  7. Parsing Science will now be added to your list of Safe senders.

Emails added to your Safe senders will not be delivered by mistake to your Junk folder.

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AOL Webmail

If you find Parsing Science in your spam folder:

  1. Right click the email.
  2. Click “Not spam” in the resulting list.

Then, add news@parsingscience.org to your Address Book:

  1. Open the email from Parsing Science.
  2. Click the show details link next to Parsing Science in the From field.
  3. Move your mouse over or tap news@parsingscience.org to show the menu.
  4. Click or tap Add contact in the menu displayed.
  5. Add Parsing Science to the name fields.
  6. Click Add contact.

By default AOL now blocks all images. So also Enable Images:

  1. Open the email from Parsing Science.
  2. Click Don’t block this sender:

  alert icon  Images blocked Show images | Don’t block this sender

 

Now you will see our complete emails with no further effort on your part. Email from our domain will now be delivered straight to your Inbox with images shown.

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Comcast

Log into your Xfinity account and select your Comcast webmail. Should you find an email from Parsing Science in your spam folder:

  1. Open the email.
  2. Click the No icon Spam (not spam) icon on the top toolbar.

Next, add Parsing Science to your address book:

    1. Open the email from Parsing Science.
    2. Click on the button at the top left of the email that says:
news@parsingscience.org
+ Add to Address Book

 

3. That will open your edit contact screen. Click Save.

Now you will see our complete emails with no further effort on your part. Email from our domain will now be delivered straight to your Inbox with images shown.

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EarthLink

With EarthLink, if you have Spam Blocker turned on, suspect messages are automatically send to your Suspect Email folder if the Domain is not in your address book. If you are not receiving email at EarthLink, there are two actions you can take:

Option 1: Suspect Email Folder

While in the Suspect Email folder, if you see Parsing Science, select the Move to Inbox and Add Contact option from the drop down menu.

This will add news@parsingscience.org to your Address Book to assure future email delivery.

Option 2: Address Book Inclusion

  1. Open our email.
  2. Click Add to Address Book in the email header.
  3. Use the Address Book Editor to verify the sender’s contact details and click Save.
  4. Fill in news@parsingscience.org as the email address of the sender.

Email sent with our domain (right of the @ sign) will now be delivered to your Inbox.

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AT&T

AT&T no longer maintains their own inbox. Instead you can find your AT&T emails at att.yahoo.com.

Follow the Yahoo instructions for whitelisting an ATT.net email address.

Click or tap here to scroll to the Yahoo instructions.

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Mozilla Thunderbird

If an email from Parsing Science appears in your Junk Folder, mark that message as Not Junk. Next, add Parsing Science to your Address Book:

  1. Click the Address Book button.
  2. Make sure the Personal Address Book is highlighted.
  3. Click the New Contact button.
  4. Under the Contact tab, copy and paste the “From” address, news@parsingscience.org into the email text box.
  5. Click OK.

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Security Software

 

Norton AntiSpam

This problem may occur if news@parsingscience.org is accidentally added to the Blocked List. To remove the news@parsingscience.org from the Blocked List:

  1. Start your Norton product.
  2. Click Settings. Depending on your Norton product, do one of the following:

For Norton 360 (Step 1):

  1. In the Settings window, under Detailed Settings, click AntiSpam.
  2. On the Filter tab, next to Blocked List, click Configure.

For Norton Internet Security (Step 1):

  1. In the Settings window, on the Network tab, click Message Protection.
  2. Under AntiSpam, next to Blocked List, click Configure.
  3. In the Blocked List window, select the item that you want to remove, and then click Remove.
  4. Click Apply, and then click OK.
  5. If you do not find news@parsingscience.org in the Blocked list, go to next step.

Step 2: To add news@parsingscience.org to the Allowed List, depending on your Norton product, do one of the following:

For Norton 360:

  • In the Settings window, under Detailed Settings, click AntiSpam.
  • On the Filter tab, next to Allowed List, click Configure.

For Norton Internet Security:

  1. In the Settings window, on the Network tab, click Message Protection.
  2. Under AntiSpam, next to Allowed List, click Configure.
  3. In the Allowed List window, click Add.
  4. In the Add Email Address window, from the Address Type drop-down, select the address type.
  5. Add news@parsingscience.org, and then click OK.
  6. In the Allowed List window, click Apply, and then click OK.

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McAfee Products

While McAfee has removed spam protection in the latest Anti-Virus software, you may still have a version that offers spam filtering. In order to add Parsing Science to the friends whitelist, open McAfee and click on Web & Email Protection, then click on Anti-Spam.

There you can see various settings. You can change the spam protection level, change filter settings, etc. Click on Friends list. Add news@parsingscience.org to your “Friends List” to always allow emails from Parsing Science.

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Trend Micro

If you received an email message from Parsing Science that was incorrectly moved to the Spam Mail folder by the Anti-Spam Toolbar you can prevent this from occurring in the future:

The Anti-Spam Toolbar detects spam by looking for certain keywords in the email’s subject or body. Occasionally, it may detect what you consider legitimate email as spam. To prevent this from occurring you can do either of the following:

Option 1 (recommended): Add Parsing Science to the Approved Senders list in Microsoft Outlook:

  1. Open Microsoft Outlook.
  2. Click the Spam Mail folder then select our email detected as spam.
  3. Click Approve Sender on the toolbar.
  4. Click Yes when the confirmation message appears.

Note: You can also select the email and click Not Spam to report it to Trend Micro. However, this feature serves only as a reference to their spam database, and it may not have an effect on how the toolbar detects spam.

Option 2 (not recommended): Decrease the Spam Email Filter Strength in Microsoft Outlook:

  1. Open Microsoft Outlook.
  2. Click Trend Micro Anti-Spam then click Settings.
  3. On the Spam Filter tab, move the slider bar to select a lower filter strength.
  4. Click OK to save your settings.

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Spam Filters

 

Cloudmark SpamNet

Cloudmark filters email based on content footprints. To assure our email has not been misidentified as spam:

  1. Select Cloudmark | Options… from the Cloudmark SpamNet toolbar in Outlook.
  2. Click Advanced.
  3. Go to the Whitelist tab.
  4. Click the Add button.
  5. Type news@parsingscience.org.
  6. Click OK.
  7. Click OK.
  8. Click Yes.
  9. Click OK.

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SaneBox

Sanebox is not a filter, but a filtering system trained by you:

  1. Open your Webmail or Gmail where you use SaneBox.
  2. Open your @SaneLater folder.
  3. If you find an email from news@parsingscience.org in @SaneLater…
  4. Drag my email to your Inbox folder.

By doing this you will should receive our email from now on.

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Spam Assassin

Spam Assassin is usually administered by your server admin. Contact your admin and request that they:

  1. Add the following entry to your user_prefs file, which is found in the .spamassassin subdirectory on your web/mail server
  2. whitelist_from news@parsingscience.org
  3. Save the user_prefs file or move the updated copy to your .spamassassin subdirectory.

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Barracuda Networks

Occasionally, Barracuda Spam Firewall will mark a legitimate message as spam. There are two methods to whitelist email senders:

Option 1: Whitelist Quarantined Senders

  1. Open your email client. Barracuda should send you a summary each day listing quarantined items. Choose the most recent Barracuda email message.
  2. Locate the email from Parsing Science with the sender email address news@parsingscience.org that you do not want quarantined in the future. Click on the word “Whitelist,” which is in green print to the right of the email title. This will open your list in a web browser.
  3. Click the box to the left of our email that you would like to whitelist. At the top of the page, click “Whitelist.” Barracuda will not block or quarantine the sender whose email address appears on the whitelist.

Option 2: Whitelist Senders and Domains

  1. Open your web browser. Navigate to your company’s Barracuda firewall homepage.
  2. Click on the Block/Accept tab.
  3. Choose “Sender Domain Block/Accept.” Enter the domain name parsingscience.org to whitelist us.
  4. You may enter a comment to remind you why you allowed this Domain. Click “Add.”
  5. Click your mouse on the “Email Sender Block/Accept” tab. Enter the email address news@parsingscience.org as a sender you want to whitelist.
  6. Include a comment. Click “Add.”

In the future, Barracuda will not block emails from this sender.

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Most Used Spam Filters

 

SPAMfighter

Highlight the email from Parsing Science with the email address news@parsingscience.org to be whitelisted. Click “More” in the SPAMfighter Toolbar and select “Whitelist.” Here you can choose if you want to Whitelist the email address news@parsingscience.org or the whole domain, parsingscience.org.

To be sure that all emails from people in your Outlook contacts get through to you, you can import and whitelist them. To do this, follow these steps:

  1. Click “More” in the SPAMfighter toolbar.
  2. Then “Options.”
  3. Then “Filter settings.”
  4. Then “Blacklists & Whitelists.”
  5. Then “Whitelist email address.”
  6. Then “Import.”
  7. Select your “Address Book” and click on “Check all.”
  8. Click “Add.”
  9. Click “Apply.”

If you get a pop-up box offering you to upgrade to SPAMfighter Pro, it is because you have exceeded the limit of 100 addresses. You can fix this by buying SPAMfighter Pro or by deleting some of the addresses in your Black/White list. If you want to delete addresses:

  1. Click “More” in the SPAMfighter toolbar.
  2. Then “Options.”
  3. Then “Filter settings.”
  4. Then “Blacklists & Whitelists.”

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Mail Washer

  1. Click Tools, then Blacklist & Friends.
  2. Click Add… on the right (the Friends list side).
  3. Make sure Plain email address is selected.
  4. Type news@parsingscience.org.
  5. Click OK.
  6. Click OK.

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ChoiceMail

  1. Open ChoiceMail.
  2. Click on the Senders tab.
  3. Choose “Approve another Sender“.
  4. Type in the sender email address news@parsingscience.org.
  5. Click on OK.

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Spam Sleuth

  1. Select File, then Configure.
  2. Go to the Friends category.
  3. Make sure Active is checked.
  4. Type news@parsingscience.org on a line by itself in the entry field.
  5. Click OK.

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