How to ‘Whitelist’ the Conformer Newsletter E-Mail

AOL

1. On the toolbar, click the Mail menu, then click Address Book.
2. In the Address Book window, click the Add button.
3. Fill in the information into the appropriate fields, including Conformer_Expansion_Products_Inc@mail.vresp.com for e-mail and click save.
4. When you have finished, click the Save button and exit.

GMAIL

1. In Gmail, click on Contacts, in the menu of the left.
2. On the top left corner of the new screen that appears, you will see an icon with a “+” and a single person, click on it.
3. Fill in the information into the appropriate fields, including Conformer_Expansion_Products_Inc@mail.vresp.com for e-mail and click save.
4. When you have finished, click the Save button.

HOTMAIL

1. To the left of your Hotmail inbox, you will see a link to Contact List, under Related places. Click on it.
2. Click on New, located to the top left of the All Contacts section.
3. Fill in the information into the appropriate fields, including Conformer_Expansion_Products_Inc@mail.vresp.com for e-mail and click save.
4. When you have finished, click the Save button.

Outlook 2003

1. On the Tools menu, click Options.
2. On the Preferences tab, click Junk E-mail.
3. On the Safe Senders tab, click Add.
4. In the Add address, put our newsletter email address, Conformer_Expansion_Products_Inc@mail.vresp.com
5. Click OK.

Yahoo Mail

1. In the main menu on the left hand side, you will see an option for Contacts and “Add” to its right. Click on that.
2. Fill in the information into the appropriate fields, including Conformer_Expansion_Products_Inc@mail.vresp.com for e-mail and click save.
3. When you have finished, click the Save button.

About Bob Makofsky

Bob runs operations and marketing and is Conformer’s resident postal expert. Bob has over a dozen years of entrepreneurial experience in the technology industry, in both marketing and business development roles ranging from negotiating $100 million-plus contracts nationally and abroad to developing marketing campaigns. He is regularly featured in print and packaging trade magazines on innovation. Bob is a competitive cyclist and longtime member of the Century Road Club Association in Central Park, competing in the Empire State Games (2007, 2008). Bob graduated from the University of Denver.
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