One of the most often asked questions about Gmail is how to whitelist something, or how to whitelist someone, in Gmail. It’s not difficult to whitelist with Gmail – in fact, it’s much harder to figure out how to whitelist with Gmail than it is to actually do it!
Here’s how to whitelist with Gmail:
To whitelist all email to a certain address, from a certain sender, or with a certain subject:
1. Select the “create a filter” link, which is up to the right of your search box:
2. Fill in the “to” line, or the subject line, or whatever it is that you want to whitelist. In our example, we are whitelisting all email from our free email alerts service, info@TheInternetPatrol.com
3. Click “next”
This brings you to the next and final screen for creating a filter:
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4. At this point you can choose to archive it (skip the inbox – this works well if you are collecting email from Gmail via pop, rather than reading it through Gmail), have the email starred, apply a label to it, etc..
Alternatively, if you want to quickly whitelist a particular sender:
1. Click on and open an email from the sender that you want to whitelist.
2. Click on the little down-pointing-triangle-arrow next to “reply”:
3. Click “Add (sender name) to contacts list”:
That’s it! You’re done!
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