How to make sure you’re seeing the Everyday American emails

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How to make sure you’re seeing the Everyday American emails

Every email system is different, so whitelisting the Everyday American may look different based on what service you use. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick, step-by-step whitelisting guide for some of the more popular email providers.

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  1. Locate an email from (you can do this using the search feature).
  2. Drag and drop this email to the primary tab of your inbox. After this, you will see a message asking if you want to do this for future messages from the sender. Select “Yes”.
  3. Now our emails will go to your primary folder in the future!

Yahoo! Mail

  1. When you open our email newsletter in Yahoo!, hover over the sender email (in this case
  2. In the box that appears, you should see a “…” in the lower left-hand corner.
  3. Select the “…” and then select “Add to Contacts”.
  4. Fill out the appropriate information and click “Save”.

Mac Mail

  1. Select “Mail” and then “Preferences” from the dropdown menu.
  2. Create a new rule in your preferences to filter messages from to your primary inbox on your Mac device.

Outlook 2003 & Later

  1. Right-click on the message in your inbox.
  2. Select “Junk E-mail” from the dropdown menu
  3. Click “Mark as Not Junk”

AOL Webmail

  1. From your mailbox screen, click on the dropdown arrow to the right of the ‘Mail Options’ and then click on Address Book
  2. Click the Add button
  3. Type the following email address into the “Screen Name” box:
  4. Click save.


  1. Open an Everyday American newsletter
  2. Click “Add to contacts” next to


  1. Add to your Address Book or Contacts/
  2. For instructions specific to your email provider or ISP, contact you email provider or ISP directy.

We hope you found this article helpful! Please feel free to reach out to us ( if you have questions.