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Whitelist Scholarships.com Email

In order to ensure valuable information from Scholarships.com makes it to your inbox, you can "whitelist" Scholarships.com with your ISP and/or email filters. Below are links to additional instruction on how to "whitelist" your Scholarships.com email with some of the most commonly used ISPs, email clients and email filtering software:

Gmail

  1. Select an email from Scholarships.com from your inbox
  2. Click on the down arrow next to the date in the upper right corner
  3. Select "Add Scholarships.com to Contacts list"

Hotmail/Live/Outlook

  1. Login to your Hotmail account and click on the cog/gear icon in the upper right corner near your name
  2. Select "Options" from the dropdown that appears
  3. Under "Preventing Junk Mail", click on "Safe and blocked senders".
  4. Click "Safe Senders"
  5. Add info@scholarships.com (and any other Scholarships.com email address from which you get email) to your list of safe senders.

Yahoo!

  1. Open your Yahoo! mailbox
  2. Right-click on an email from Scholarships.com
  3. Click "Add Sender to Contacts"

AOL

  1. Login to your AOL Mail
  2. Right-click on an email from Scholarships.com
  3. Click "Add Sender to Contacts"

Comcast

  1. Login to your Comcast Mail
  2. Click "Preferences" from the menu
  3. Click "Restrict Incoming Email"
  4. Click "Yes" to "Enable Email Controls"
  5. Click "Allow email from addresses listed below"
  6. Enter info@scholarships.com and any other Scholarships.com email addresses from which you receive messages
  7. Click "Add"
  8. Click "Update"

Apple/IOS - iPad, iPhone ,iPod Touch, Etc.

  1. Login to your email account
  2. Click or tap sender of any email
  3. Select "Add to Existing Contact"

Others

Older versions of Outlook, Outlook Express, Eudora, and Netscape Mail, among others, don't provide a simple way for you to whitelist those from whom you would like to receive email. If you're using one of these email systems and you aren't getting email you value or want to make sure you continue to receive it in the future, you can do something about it.

Contact the customer service people or the postmaster at the company that provides your email or internet connection (your ISP, or Internet Service Provider). Ask them to whitelist Scholarships.com. If they do whitelist, they'll probably ask you for some information about us. Here's what to tell them:

  • If your ISP needs to know the domain scholarships.com is mailing from, try forwarding them one of our emails. The domain (scholarships.com) is in the "header" of every email. If that doesn't work, you'll have to contact the publisher to ask them what domain they're sending from. There might be more than one, especially if you have multiple subscriptions

If you have tried any of the above suggestions and nothing has worked, please contact us and we will assist you in any way we are able.

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