If you have subscribed to one of OVEC’s elists, adding OVEC’s email address to your contacts will not only help insure our alerts and updates don’t land in your personal spam folder, but it will also help spam filters ‘learn’ that OVEC’s emails are not spam.
If you use an email provider such as Gmail or Yahoo, please open your spam folder. If you find an email from OVEC, open it and mark it as “Not spam” or the equivalent. For example, the current way to do so on gmail is to click on the ‘Click to teach gmail this conversation is important’ icon (an arrow-like icon next to the checkbox and star in the list of emails). On Yahoo there is a similar ‘star’ icon.
Add firstname.lastname@example.org to your contacts to help insure you receive our emails. If you are not sure how, click below on the provider or software you use to learn how. Note that providers routinely rename and move features, so the notes below may not be entirely precise.
Note: The links below lead to a resource page provided by Nation of Change. Substitute OVEC and email@example.com where you see NationofChange and firstname.lastname@example.org in the instructions.
Is your email client or spam filter not listed?
Try adding email@example.com 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 OVEC’s address.