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Add redmen.com to your Safe Senders List

If you've just registered for a redmen.com account, then you'll need to make sure that our confirmation email gets through to you. You’ll need to receive the confirmation email to complete your registration and to receive other emails related to your redmen.com account and to keep your account active.

Here are the most common email options and how to add redmen.com to your address book, contacts, or “Safe Senders” list.

Apple Mail

Apple Mail

  1. Go to Mail > Preferences from your Mail menu.
  2. Go to the Rules tab.
  3. Select Add Rule.
  4. Give this rule a name such as "Redmen.com."
  5. Create a rule that says "If any of the following conditions are met: ‘From’ ‘Contains’” and then paste in “@redmen”.
  6. From the actions, select Move message to mailbox Inbox, click OK.

Voila!

You are all set. Ideally you have done this before registering but if not and you have not received your confirmation email within a minute or two of registering, check you junk or spam folders.

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Microsoft Outlook 2010


  1. On the Home tab of the ribbon, click the dropdown arrow next to Junk
  2. Select "Junk Email Options".
  3. Select "Safe Senders" or "Safe Recipients" tab and click Add.
  4. Enter "" email and click Ok.
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Voila!

You are all set. Ideally you have done this before registering but if not and you have not received your confirmation email within a minute or two of registering, check you junk or spam folders.


For Gmail the process is similar but done through your browser.

Gmail

  1. Open the email from redmen.com.
  2. Click on More Options in the upper right hand corner of the message.
  3. Click on Add Sender to Contacts List in the header of the email.
  4. A confirmation message will be displayed above the email.

Voila!

You are all set. Ideally you have done this before registering but if not and you have not received your confirmation email within a minute or two of registering, check you junk or spam folders.

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AOL is also browser based but a little different and not very well conceived in the opinion of many. AOL has been the bane of both users and networks for many years and we discourage it's use, but if you absolutely have to use AOL, then you'll need to deal with all of its problems. The Custom Sender List for AOL requires users to accept mail only from custom senders, OR to reject mail only from custom senders. Consequently, you may need to make sure that you are set up to receive mail from All Senders. We are not recommending the use of AOL at all and this is just some information on the process to do this so do so at your own risk:

AOL

  1. Click the Settings link at the top of the page.
  2. Choose Spam Controls from the options on the left.
  3. Under Additional Spam Filters click "Control From Whom I Get Email."
  4. A pop-up appears - choose the first option (Allow mail from all senders).
  5. Click the Save button.

Voila!

You are all set. (at least as set as you can be with AOL mail) Ideally you have done this before registering but if not and you have not received your confirmation email within a minute or two of registering, check you junk or spam folders.

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