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If you encounter any technical problems while using the site or you can’t seem to find our emails in your inbox after you’ve signed up, you have two options – either contact us and we’ll race to the rescue, or go the DIY route outlined below.

The following information will help you correct your email settings so you can finally get your hands on a piece of A-List Mom.

Microsoft Outlook:
From the “Tools” menu, select “Options”

On the “Preferences” tab, click the “Junk E-Mail” button

Click the “Safe Senders” tab

Click the “Add” button

Type into the field in the popup window, and click the “OK” button

Click “OK” on each of the previous pages to exit the Options windows

NOTE: If the images in our emails are being blocked, adding to your “safe senders” list will also solve this problem.

Login to your email account

Click the “Spam” link on the left

Click on the email sent by A-List Mom

Click the “Not Spam” button above the message

Hotmail or MSN:
Login to your email account

Click “Options”

Click “Junk Email Protection”

Click “Safe List”

Add to the list

Login to your email account

Click “Mail Options”

Click “Filters”

Click the “Add” button

Name this filter, then where it says “From header contains,” type

Where it says “Then… Move the message to,” select “Inbox”

Click “Add Filter”

Login to your email account

Open your Address Book

Add “”

Note: Make sure you check your “bulk senders” folder for the A-List Mom confirmation email, where it says “show me mail from,” in your Mailbox.

Other Internet Service Providers:

Safe List: Setting up your own safe list, which some e-mail systems allow you to do. Look for the safe list in the settings section, and add If you have to enter a complete address, use “”. Some e-mail systems require a sender to be in your address book to keep the e-mail from being diverted to a “junk”; or “bulk”; mail folder. If your system has this requirement, add “” to your address book.

Technical Support: Get in touch with technical support at your ISP or company and explain the problem. If they’re blocking e-mail from A-List Mom, tell them to stop. Or else.

Changing your email address: Two email addresses are better than one – especially if your old one won’t let you have your daily dose of A-List Mom.