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Having problems receiving our Weekly Bulletin by email?

Sometimes people encounter issues with receiving the weekly email from us. This is partly because we have been marked as Spam by some of the email providers. This is not uncommon for legitimate organisations that send out bulk emails. We have been taking steps to improve our profile as a genuine provider, but we ask if you could assist us by adding us as a Safe Sender in your email program. Please see the details below.

What are safe sender lists?

Safe sender lists are lists or filters that you as recipients of our emails can create in your email program. When a sender is added to a safe sender list, our emails are more likely to be delivered to your inbox. This can decrease the chances of your email going to spam. This also helps ensure that you won't miss future messages that you opted into receiving. This is especially helpful for sending targeted and/or time-sensitive messages. If you add our sender address to your safe sender's list it will also represent a high level of confidence in us as a sender for your email provider. Mailbox providers will notice this assurance and will route our messages preferentially. Safe sender lists never guarantee deliverability, but it will lessen the odds of our email getting denied or placed in the spam folder.

What to do?

Just follow the steps outlined further below. If the tasks look too daunting you could -

  1. Ask a trusted friend or family member to visit and do it for you, or
  2. Call the Telephone Help Number of your email provider and ask them if they could add us to their domain safe list.

The email addresses to add are -
lynn@eppcarl.org.au, Jim.McKeon@bbcatholic.org.au, Lynn.Siau@bbcatholic.org.au

Steps to follow

Find your email provider or email program below and follow the instructions. We will be constantly updating the list below after we complete analysing the email programs of our subscribers. Please check back.

Apple mail (desktop)

If Apple Mail delivers a legitimate message to junk, your subscriber can do two things.
Teach Apple Mail's filter to allow future messages. Open the junk folder and find the message. Move the message into the inbox.
Add your From email to the address book. Open the message, right-click the sender email address, and choose Add to Contacts.
For additional information about Apple Mail, visit the Apple Mail Support Page.

Mail (Apple iOS mobile devices)

If Mail delivers a legitimate message to junk, your subscriber can do two things.
Teach Mail's filter to allow future messages. Open the junk folder and find the message. Move the message into the inbox.
Add your From email to the address book. Open the message, and tap the From email address. Then tap Create New Contact to input the address in the contacts list.
For additional information about the Mail app, visit the Apple Support Page.

AOL Webmail

If AOL Webmail delivers a legitimate message to spam, your subscriber can do two things.
Mark a received campaign as Not Spam. Open the spam folder and click the message. Click the OK, Not Spam button.
Add your From email to the address book. Click Contacts in the navigation panel, and click the New Contact icon. Input the email address and click the Add Contact button.
For additional information about AOL Webmail, visit the AOL Support Page.

Gmail (desktop and mobile)

If Gmail delivers a legitimate message to spam, your subscriber can do two things.
Mark a received campaign as Not Spam. Open the spam folder and click or tap the message. Click Not Spam.
Add your From email to the address book. Open the contact list, click or tap New Contact, and input the address.
For additional information about Gmail, visit the Gmail Support Page.

Outlook

If Outlook delivers a legitimate message to junk, your subscriber can do two things.
Mark a received campaign as Not Junk. Open the junk folder and click the message. Click Not Junk.
Add your From email to the address book. Open the message, right-click the sender name, and click Add to Contacts. Authentication information may display in Outlook's sender name area, so ask the subscriber add your address only.
For additional information about Outlook, visit the Office Support Page.

Outlook.com

If Outlook.com delivers a legitimate message to junk, your subscriber can do two things.
Mark a received campaign as Not Junk. Open the junk folder and right-click the message. Click Not Junk.
Add your From email to the Safe Recipient list. Click the gear icon, and choose Options. Click the Safe and Blocked Senders link, click Safe Senders, and input the message's From email address.
For additional information about Outlook.com, visit the Outlook.com Support Page.

Yahoo Mail

If Yahoo Mail delivers a legitimate message to spam, your subscriber can do two things.
Mark a received campaign as Not Spam. Open spam folder, click the message, and click Not Spam.
Add your From email address to the address book. Open the message and click the Add to contacts button next to the From email address.
For additional information about Yahoo Mail, visit the Yahoo Support Page.