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Technology Tip #28: Rescuing Email Messages

Worried that you’re missing email messages from the outside world? Today’s tip will help you find and rescue them.

Start by opening the daily Spam Mail Summary message. You’ll see a list of the emails not allowed through the filter. If you find one that looks legit, you may:

  1. Forward the email message to your account to check it out.
  2. Whitelist the address. This action will allow future messages from that sender through the spam filter.

Click here for the full version of Technology Tip #28

Last week’s USB winner was John Webster. To enter this week’s drawing, visit the Library of Congress and name one thing that the LOC offers students and teachers. Please send your answer via email by Friday afternoon.

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