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Below is the whitelisting information for Real Magnet. Part one includes instructions to recipients on how to whitelist at the desktop level. Part two includes instructions for recipient email administrators on how to whitelist at the server level.

Desktop Level Whitelisting

You will need to send your return email address to recipients who have desktop-level Spam filtering. They will have to indicate in their various email clients that your address and/or domain is a safe sender.

AOL Subscribers:

  • Open the e-mail containing the e-mail address(es) you want to add.
  • Right click the e-mail address, select Add to Address Book, then click the Save button.

Hotmail Subscribers:

  • From your inbox, select a message from the sender you wish to whitelist.
  • Click Mark as safe, and then click Add contact.

Gmail Subscribers:

  • From your inbox, select a message from the sender you wish to whitelist.
  • Click the arrow next to the Reply button in the top right of the message and select Add to Contacts List.
  • At the top of your message you will see The sender has been added to your Contacts list when the sender has been added.

Yahoo Subscribers:

  • From your inbox, select a message from the sender you wish to whitelist.
  • Click the + Add icon next to the return email address.
  • Click Save on the Add Contact dialog box that appears.

MSN Subscribers:

MSN 8

  • Click on Email Settings.
  • Click on the Junk Mail link.
  • Click on Safe List.
  • Click on Add an item to this list.
  • Type in or cut and paste the supplied return email address into the Safe List box and then click Add.

MSN 9

  • Click on Settings: Email | Junk Email.
  • Click on the Junk Email Guard link.
  • Click on Safe List.
  • Type in or cut and paste the supplied return email address into the Safe List box and then click Add.

Outlook 2003:

  • From your inbox select Actions then select Junk Email and click on Junk Email Options Address Book.
  • Click the Safe Senders tab.
  • Type in or cut and paste the supplied return email address into the block area, and then click the OK button.

Outlook 2007:

  • From your inbox, select a message from the sender you wish to whitelist.
  • Select Actions and then Junk Email.
  • Click Add Sender to Safe Senders List.

Outlook 2010:

  • On the Home tab of the ribbon, click the dropdown arrow next to Junk.
  • Select Junk Email Options and click the Safe Senders tab.
  • Click Add and enter an e-mail address or Internet domain name to be added to the list box, and then click OK.

If the message contains images, you can use the “Click here to download pictures” bar to quickly add the sender to the safe list. To do this, right-click on the bar at the top of the message preview and choose “Add Sender to Safe Senders List.”

Server Level Whitelisting

Instruct your recipients to send this information to their email administrators:  Email Service Provider: Real Magnet (www.realmagnet.com)

The sending server is either:

  • 66.70.82.40
  • 64.106.137.140
  • 64.27.72.1 through 64.27.72.254
  • 209.18.70.1 through 209.18.70.254
  • 209.18.93.1 through 209.18.93.254

The return path is:

mmreturn@magnetdev.com
(66.70.25.24)
If you have a private IP address, please contact Real Magnet customer support.

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