Whitelist BlownBiker Emails

The Easiest Way to Whitelist BlownBiker

Why should you whitelist BlownBiker email address? If you place an order or simply just ask us a question you may not get a reply. It’s not that we don’t reply. We do. But many times our emails go to spam and you might not see the replies and more importantly, the important updates about your order.

If you place an order with us you can expect to receive five different emails. At least. These emails are confirmation emails, shipment notifications, and shipping tracking updates. If there is a problem, there may be more. So, it’s important that you see these emails.

This is our email address: bikerbob@blownbiker.com

The easiest way to whitelist BlownBiker is to add bikerbob@blownbiker.com to your contact list. Simple as that. It takes less than a minute and you’re done.

Most of the time.

Yeah, there is always a gotcha. Each of the email services have their own way of dealing with spam. Also, you could have changed some settings and forgot about it. So our mail still goes to Spam. In that case you can go on to the next step. But don’t worry, it’s not hard.

Setting up Spam Filters to Whitelist BlownBiker.

Note: If you use an email client such as Mailbird, Postbox, or eM Client the instructions below may require additional settings made within your client. Usually, all you have to do is right click on an email and choose the context menu item to set the email to NOT SPAM.

To whitelist blownbiker or any other email address you might need to create a filter that is run when you get new mail. Some email clients may refer to filters as rules. Regardless of the name, the results are the same.

Software and websites have a tendency to change. So, rather than give step by step instructions, I’ll give you links to the instructions for the email services listed.

  1. Gmail: https://support.google.com/mail/answer/7015314?hl=en&ref_topic=3394215
  2. Outlook.com: http://www.windowscentral.com/how-set-and-manage-greylists-outlookcomLook for “Setting up safe senders”
  3. Yahoo Mail: http://www.massiveonlineaction.com/how-to-whitelist-an-email-with-yahoo/

There are a lot of resources that give very good instructions. I found it “difficult” to find exact answers from Yahoo. One thing to take away from this is that these companies sometimes do things that the user may not want. Yahoo is particularly problematic. I have a yahoo email address but don’t use it for that very reason.

At lastly, when everything else fails, just type the following into a google search box.

How to whitelist an email address in (type the name of the service you use)

If you don’t use one of the three services listed above the google search above should get you good to go. 

Hopefully, you didn’t have to read this far to solve the problem of missing mails. The first step in this article usually works. So I’ll repeat it here for good measure.

Add bikerbob@blownbiker.com to your contact list.

Now, go do something fun. Like Ride. 

Bob