Unsolicited e-mails, commonly known as SPAM, have become a huge problem online these days. We often get many e-mails from readers asking why they have not received their Resource Stock Digest e-letter, or that they only receive it some of the time.
Many internet service providers (ISPs) and e-mail service providers (ESPs) have installed spam-filters or use blacklists in order to weed out all of those unwanted SPAM e-mails.
Unfortunately, due to the format, language and large popularity of our Resource Stock Digest correspondence, some of these filtering programs may inadvertently identify your Resource Stock Digest e-letter as SPAM, despite the fact that we never send unsolicited e-mail.
Therefore we ask that you WHITELIST our email address. Whitelisting is the process of adding an email to an approved sender list, so emails from that sender are never moved to the spam folder. Instead, when you whitelist our email address, you are confirming that you know and trust the us, the sender. This tells an email server (like Gmail) to move messages to the inbox directly.
No matter what ESP you use, most e-mail programs will accept e-mails from addresses that are in your e-mail address book. Please add to your address book: email@example.com.
Click on any of the links below to receive instructions from the email service you use to make sure you will receive your regular e-letter from Resource Stock Digest:
If you still have difficulty after trying to whitelist us, please to contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.