Sometimes, the mails you are expecting from your dear ones might get delivered to the Spam folder. Have you wondered why? Sometimes, AOL will automatically recognize certain IP addresses as spam because AOL has its own whitelist. You won't know about it because most of us will not check the spam folder until some important emails are moved. If the AOL has blacklisted the email, all the future messages from a similar contact will be transferred to the Spam folder. AOL doesn't blacklist the emails from your Contacts list that you have already provided, so all that you have to do is whitelist the email contact, and add the sender to your contact so that the email will be directed to your inbox. Let us see how to whitelist Emails for AOL
Steps to Whitelist, an Email Sender in AOL
Whitelisting Senders and Domains Using AOL WebMail
If you're using AOL webmail and you need to whitelist a contact reply to that email from a sender, it will automatically be added to the contact. In the future, the email received from that domain will be transferred directly to your inbox. AOL will not detect it as as spam.
Now we have seen how to whitelist Emails for AOL successfully.
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