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    Super Member belmer's Avatar
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    I received an E-mail about some changes with the board. This is what they said: We are changing E-mail providers for the Q.P. newsletter soon. To ensure uninterrupted delivery of the Newsletter, please add [email protected]
    Are they asking me to add this to my E-mail addresses?
    Did you all get this E-mail? before I do anything I need to know
    Please help. I have been so busy with more important issues in my life, I feel like I cannot keep up any more. Thankyou in advance.

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    I got the same email. I think it does mean to add it to your email contact list.

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    You add it to your email list so it doesn't go to spam, or your isp provider blocks it.

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    [q We are changing E-mail providers for the Q.P. newsletter soon. To ensure uninterrupted delivery of the Newsletter, please add [email protected]
    Are they asking me to add this to my E-mail addresses?
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    I get the newsletter often, but most of the time, more than once each day, I log on to it from the Internet, "Quilting Board" which immediately brings me to this site and masses of all that is on it. Hundreds and hundreds of pages of each, pictures, recipes, chat room, etc.
    I don't worry about it when the newsletter doesn't arrive.

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    Yes , everyone is getting it . The board is changing hands and addresses.

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    yep...i got it also

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    Thanks everyone for your quick answers. I always get a little afraid of adding anything new to my E-mail addresses.
    (((((hugs))))))

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    There's a feature in Outlook where you can designate people as being trusted senders. The default is to trust anyone already in your Outlook contacts. If you don't want to add the QuiltBoard to your contacts you can do the following:

    In Outlook:
    Add people I e-mail to the Safe Senders List
    E-mail addresses that are listed in your Contacts are considered safe by the Junk E-mail Filter if the Also trust e-mail from my Contacts check box is selected (the default setting). However, you might also sometimes send e-mail to recipients who are not listed in your Contacts. Such recipient addresses are not considered safe by default. If you want these addresses to be considered safe, do the following:

    1.On the Tools menu, click Options.
    2.On the Preferences tab, under E-mail, click Junk E-mail.
    3.Click the Safe Senders tab.
    4.Select the Automatically add people I e-mail to the Safe Senders List check box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QBeth
    There's a feature in Outlook where you can designate people as being trusted senders. The default is to trust anyone already in your Outlook contacts. If you don't want to add the QuiltBoard to your contacts you can do the following:

    In Outlook:
    Add people I e-mail to the Safe Senders List
    E-mail addresses that are listed in your Contacts are considered safe by the Junk E-mail Filter if the Also trust e-mail from my Contacts check box is selected (the default setting). However, you might also sometimes send e-mail to recipients who are not listed in your Contacts. Such recipient addresses are not considered safe by default. If you want these addresses to be considered safe, do the following:

    1.On the Tools menu, click Options.
    2.On the Preferences tab, under E-mail, click Junk E-mail.
    3.Click the Safe Senders tab.
    4.Select the Automatically add people I e-mail to the Safe Senders List check box.
    Thank's This is very helpful!

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    You're welcome!

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    I didn't get that email but I did get an email this morning directing me to the list of current topics. The email looks a little different but not so different that I was afraid to open it.

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    I also received the email. Today however, I have not recieved my everyday notice. I look for that, every morning and still not here

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    I am not getting the email that I can click on link and get to message board now have to put in www.quiltingboard.can and go to main and look at date to see if new not at all happy with this am I doing something wrong. Also I use Google Chrome because it works best with Face book should I use something else. thanks for your help or information

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    Hmmm I didn't get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QBeth
    There's a feature in Outlook where you can designate people as being trusted senders. The default is to trust anyone already in your Outlook contacts. If you don't want to add the QuiltBoard to your contacts you can do the following:

    In Outlook:
    Add people I e-mail to the Safe Senders List
    E-mail addresses that are listed in your Contacts are considered safe by the Junk E-mail Filter if the Also trust e-mail from my Contacts check box is selected (the default setting). However, you might also sometimes send e-mail to recipients who are not listed in your Contacts. Such recipient addresses are not considered safe by default. If you want these addresses to be considered safe, do the following:

    1.On the Tools menu, click Options.
    2.On the Preferences tab, under E-mail, click Junk E-mail.
    3.Click the Safe Senders tab.
    4.Select the Automatically add people I e-mail to the Safe Senders List check box.
    Yes thanks. Always nervous about changing any settings.

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    Got it. Ignored it.

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    Yep got it,and the email I got today had "From" Quiltersboard.com not Konstantin. And I had no problems getting on here from that email.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewbizgirl
    Got it. Ignored it.
    Good girl lol. I didn't get it and if I did, it would be ignored as well. I come here and do all I am going to do.....

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    I've been getting the message the last couple days and again this morning the only difference is for the 1st time ever theQB was delivered to my Spam -seeing as how I was told theres no such thing as a stupid Q [this is how we learn] HOW do I add this or any thing else to my EM I've been trying to teach myself how to use this contraption for close to 5yrs and those Books 4 Dummies are over my head -strange lingo-they should give a dictionary away with those books whats wrong with plain old english? I will be more than grateful for any and all help Thanks in advance-Dawn

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    here too. Mine came to spam today so I'll add them to my contacts. I thought my computer automaticly did that because I get everything from everybody else.

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    I did too. I just added it to my contact list so it doesn't go to spam/junk box. ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by belmer
    I received an E-mail about some changes with the board. This is what they said: We are changing E-mail providers for the Q.P. newsletter soon. To ensure uninterrupted delivery of the Newsletter, please add [email protected]
    Are they asking me to add this to my E-mail addresses?
    Did you all get this E-mail? before I do anything I need to know
    Please help. I have been so busy with more important issues in my life, I feel like I cannot keep up any more. Thankyou in advance.
    Yes, I received the same message and my newsletter for yesterday was send to spam. This morning, I added the new address to my contacts and it was immediately sent to my inbox.
    Stitchit, if I can do it you surely can do it. This is what I did. I went up at the top of the page and clicked on CONTACTS. Then I clicked on ADD. A new page came up and I typed in the place of first, middle, and last name like this: Quilted Paradise Newsletter. And then I typed in the box for the email address. Then I clicked on SAVE. Voila! Done.

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    Well I am a little behind on my emails so I hadn't opened the message about the new address but mine came through okay anyway.

    However, what I have been wondering about is the Newsletter that used to arrive once a week with all of the helpful tips and information. I haven't received that for a long time. Was there something that I missed about that?

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    Some email providers will dump unknown senders into a spam folder. They want you to add the address to your address book to designate it as a known sender. If you start missing your digest, check your spam folder. It might be there.

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    I added the new address as directed in their e-mail and am recieving the news letters.

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