Dec 28, 2023

Ensuring Smooth Communication: Whitelisting Our New Domain

As our company transitions from www.fdpwm.com to www.prosperity-pwm.com, we want to ensure seamless communication with our valued clients. Whitelisting our new domain is crucial to prevent important messages from being lost in spam folders. 

What is Whitelisting?

Whitelisting a domain (website) involves instructing your email service provider to accept emails from specific senders or domains, ensuring they bypass the spam filters and land directly in your inbox.

Here’s how you can whitelist our domain on different email platforms:

Gmail

  • Click the gear icon > See all settings.
  • Navigate to “Filters and Blocked Addresses.”
  • Click “Create a new filter.”
  • Enter our new domain, www.prosperity-pwm.com, in the “From” field. 

 

Outlook

  • Select the gear icon > View all Outlook settings.
  • Go to “Junk email” > Safe senders and domains.
  • Add www.prosperity-pwm.com to the list of safe senders.

 

Yahoo Mail

  • Access “Settings” > “More Settings” > “Filters.”
  • Create a new filter and specify www.prosperity-pwm.com in the “From” field.

 

Office 365

  • Go to Admin Center > Exchange > mail flow > Rules.
  • Create a new rule to whitelist emails from our domain.

 

Other Email Providers

For different email providers, locate settings related to spam or filters. Add www.prosperity-pwm.com to the whitelist or safe sender list following their interface instructions.

Whitelisting www.prosperity-pwm.com ensures that our important updates and communications reach you without being flagged as spam. Your proactive step in whitelisting our new domain will facilitate uninterrupted communication during our transition.

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