Email notifications going to spam? 

Here are two quick steps from google that should solve that forever. 

*Note* these steps are for gmail emails. For COMCAST scroll to the bottom of this page.

 
 

OPTION 1

If you should have received a message but it's not in your inbox, then go to your spam folder and find a message that has been marked as spam incorrectly. Click on "Not spam". 

 
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OPTION 2

1. Open gmail on a desktop computer. 

 

 
 

2. At the end of the search bar, click on the down arrow. 

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3. In the "From" field, type hello@nashvilleforhire.com 

 
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4. In the bottom right, click Create filter with this search.

 
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5. Check Never send it to Spam

 
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6. Click Create filter

 
 
 

 

**NOTE: You will want to repeat this process for andrew@nashvilleforhire.com because some orders you will receive an email from him instead of from the potential client**

 

Comcast email?

1. Click Preferences from the menu.
2. Click Restrict Incoming Email.
3. Click Yes to Enable Email Controls.
4. Click Allow email from addresses listed below.
5. Enter [hello@nashvilleforhire.com] you want to whitelist.
6. Click Add.
7. Click Update to finish.*