Let’s face it, spam is very possibly the worst thing about the Internet (whereas the double rainbow song might be one of the best things about the Internet), and more and more folks are using spam blocking tools to help with their inboxes. Some of our wonderful Beta testers have asked about how they can make their fancy spam catching services play nice with NudgeMail. So this post is the first in a series of How to Make <your spam blocking software of choice> Play Nicel With NudgeMail. First up: Spam Arrest. Note that we are not explicitly endorsing any one spam blocker over another (yet), and will profile as many services as we can find.
We’re happy to report that there is a pretty easy fix. What follows is a quick step by step rundown that shows how to make Spam Arrest recognize your NudgeMail as a friend, not a foe.
Even if you don’t use Spam Arrest, chances are these tips will lead you in the right direction for your program of choice as well.
If you ever need more help, please feel free to contact us at support@NudgeMail.com.