DavidKruger.com

Please note that the instructions below are up to date as at the time of this writing, but as software updates are made frequently, some items may be different, but the over all concept and 3-steps below stays the same, namely:

  1. Create a contact in your device for: David Kruger

  2. AND then add the email address --- david@davidkruger.com --- to your "Safe Senders List" / "White List".

  3. it's that simple!

Gmail (mobile)

Part 1 – Mark as Not Spam (if my message landed in there)

  • Step 1: Open the spam folder and tap the email.

  • Step 2: Tap the three dots in the upper right corner of the message, then tap Report Not Spam.

  • Step 3: This extra step ensures to give the email priority in your inbox. Just tap the three dots in the upper right corner of the message, then tap Mark Important.

Part 2 – Move to Primary Inbox

  • Step 1: Open the Promotions or Updates folder and tap the email.

  • Step 2: Tap the three dots in the upper right corner of the message, then tap Move To and select Primary.

Gmail (desktop)

Part 1 – Mark as Not Spam (if my message landed in there)

  • Step 1: Open the spam folder and select the email.

  • Step 2: Right-click the selected email, which will lead you to tab option, thus click Not Spam.

Part 2 – Add to Contact List

  • Step 1: Open the selected email with email address you want to save.

  • Step 2: Click the three dots in the upper right corner of the message, then select Add Email Address to Contact List.

Part 3 – Move to Primary Inbox

  • Step 1: Open the Promotions or Updates folder, and find the email you want to move to primary inbox.

  • Step 2: Right-click the selected email, which will lead you to tab option, thus click Move To > Primary tab. After selecting the tab, it will again ask if you want to make the change permanent, and please click Yes.

Part 4 – Add Whitelist Filter

  • Step 1: Click the configuration icon in the top-right corner, and then Settings from the drop-down menu.

  • Step 2: Find and click the Filters tab, then Create a new filter. Enter the domain of the email you want to whitelist in the From field, such as villaseminyak.com, astadala.com. Click Create filter with this search.

  • Step 3: In the box titled “when a message arrives that matches this search” select Never Send It to Spam. Thus, click the Create filter button.

Apple Mail (iOS device)

Part 1 – Add to Contact List

  • Step 1: Open the message, and tap the “From” email address.

  • Step 2: Then tap “Create New Contact” to input the address in the contacts list.

Part 2 – Mark as Not Junk (if my message landed in there)

  • Step 1: Open the junk folder and find the email.

  • Step 2: Next, swipe left email to see options. Select More button, then tap Mark, and choose Mark as Not Junk button.

Yahoo Mail (mobile)

Part 1 – Mark as Not Spam (if my message landed in there)

  • Step 1: Go to spam folder, and tap the email.

  • Step 2: Tap the three dots in the bottom right corner of the message, then select This is Not Spam.

Part 2 – Add Whitelist Filter

  • Step 1: Tap the hamburger menu (three stacked lines) in the top left. Find and select Settings, thus scroll down to Filters.

  • Step 2: Next, select the email account you want to add a filter for. Tap the + icon to add a new filter.

  • Step 3: For a new filter, name it anything you want (such as “whitelist”), then either: Add our exact email you want to whitelist, or add the @domain.com you want to whitelist (such as: villaseminyak.com, astadala.com) to get deliveries from every email at that domain. For final, click the ✓ icon in the top right to save the filter

Yahoo Mail (desktop)

Part 1 – Mark as Not Spam (if my message landed in there)

  • Step 1: Go to spam folder, and the email.

  • Step 2: Tap the three dots in the bottom right corner of the message, then select This is Not Spam.

 

Part 2 – Add Whitelist Filter

  • Step 1: Click Setting on the upper right corner of Yahoo mail. Thus, select More Settings and find Filters.

  • Step 2: Next, click Add New Filters. Fulfill the details of new filter you want to add.

 

Part 3 – Add to Contact List

  • Step 1: Click the Contacts icon on the upper right corner area in mail.

  • Step 2: Then, click Add a New Contact to save our email address.

Outlook (mobile)

Part 1 – Mark as Not Spam (if my message landed in there)

  • Step 1: Open the junk folder and hard tap the selected message.

  • Step 2: Next, tap Move Conversation option in the bottom and select Inbox.

Part 2 – Move to Focused Inbox

  • Step 1: Open selected email, and then tap the three dots in the top right of the screen (not the dots inside the email).

  • Step 2: Next, tap Move to Focused Inbox. In the pop-up box, tap the radius button for “Move this and all future messages” then tap Move to Folder.

Part 3 – Add to Contact List

  • Step 1: Open the message, and tap the sender name.

  • Step 2: Thus, tap Add to Contacts.

Outlook (desktop)

 

Option 1 – Whitelist for Outlook Webmail

  • Step 1: Open the email you want to whitelist.

  • Step 2: When you find an alert message stating, “Parts of this message have been blocked for your safety.” Click I trust sender@domain.com. Always show content.

 

Option 2 – Whitelist for Outlook version after 2000

  • Step 1: Click the blue Click here to download pictures information box.

  • Step 2: Click Add Sender to Safe Senders List. Also click Add the Domain @DavidKruger.com to Safe Senders List to whitelist all emails coming from my email domain.

AOL Webmail

 

Option 1.

  • Step 1: Open spam folder and tap the message.

  • Step 2: Afterwards, tap the OK, not “spam” button.

 

Option 2.

  • Step 1: Tap Contacts in the navigation panel, and tap the New Contact icon.

  • Step 2: Input the email address and tap the Add Contact button.

For details step-by-step instructions, please select your email account provider:

White listing is very quick and easy to do!
Here's how-to add David@DavidKruger.com to your E-Mail Safe Senders List.