Are You Getting All of Your Email? Are You Sure?

By | December 1, 2016
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Over 1700 of our Cloudeight InfoAve Premium Subscribers Didn’t Get This Newsletter Last Week Because of ISP Censorship

That’s right, over 1700 subscribers didn’t receive our newsletter last week due to ISP spam filtering or because our newsletter ended up in your spam folder. If you’re using Outlook.com (Hotmail, MSN, Live, Outlook) or Gmail, you must look in your spam folder every few days. While both have decent spam filtering, neither Outlook.com or Gmail is perfect. They make mistakes, but at least with both of those mail providers, you have the option of marking an email as “Not Spam” and from then on it will not be blocked. It’s important, if you’re using either Outlook.com or Gmail that you check your spam folder every few days to make sure you’re not missing any important email. If you’re using an @outlook.com, @hotmail.com, @live.ca, @live.com, or @msn.com or @gmail.com address, you control your mail. Please check your spam folder and if you see our newsletter there, click on it and mark it NOT SPAM. From then on it will go right in your inbox.

We are being blocked by Yahoo. Yahoo simply deletes our newsletter in many cases and subscribers don’t even have the option to mark our newsletter as not spam. If you’re subscribing to this newsletter with a Yahoo account, please get a Gmail account here or an Outlook.com account here and subscribe to this newsletter using your new Gmail or Outlook.com account. If you need help switching, please let us know.

Charter, Frontier, Rogers.com and some other ISPs are also randomly blocking our newsletter. If you are a subscriber and you’re not receiving our InfoAve Premium newsletter every Friday, please contact your ISP and find out why you are not getting the mail you signed up to get.

We have sent our InfoAve Premium newsletter every week for 685 weeks – we haven’t missed a week.So, if you’ve missed issues of our InfoAve Premium Newsletter or you’ve stopped getting them, it’s not because we are not sending them – it’s either because your email provider is putting them in your spam folder – or your ISP is blocking and censoring your email.

We cover a lot of sensitive topics in this newsletter – from Ransomware, to malware, to spam, to scams – and things that are likely to trigger spam/censorship filters. We cover these sensitive and important topics to help you stay safe.

Please help us make sure that everyone who wants our newsletter gets it. Contact your ISP if you’re not getting our Premium newsletter each week. If you subscribe with Gmail, Hotmail,MSN,Live, or Outlook.com be sure to check your spam folder every few days. If you’re using a Yahoo email address, consider subscribing with a Gmail or Outlook.com address where you control your email and have the option to decide what emails you want to receive.

If you aren’t receiving our InfoAve Premium Newsletter… it’s because your provider is putting it in your spam folder or they are censoring and deleting it.

12 thoughts on “Are You Getting All of Your Email? Are You Sure?

    1. infoave Post author

      Bellsouth uses Yahoo mail. Yahoo blocks and deletes our newsletter many times. Please get a free Gmail address and subscribe with that.

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    1. infoave Post author

      The mail client you use does not prevent you from getting our newsletter.

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  1. Jean

    I am one who is not receiving the newsletters. I changed my address a long time ago but the newsletters and Info Ave Daily made their way back to the original account. I would change my address again but for the life of me I can’t find “Manage your subscription” at the bottom of either InfoAve premium or Cloudeight daily.

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    1. infoave Post author

      InfoAve Daily and InfoAve Premium are sent from two different services. Manage Subscription

      InfoAve Daily does not have a Manage Subscription link, it just has an unsubscribe link. If you want to change you address for InfoAve Daily, just go to http://thundercloud.net/start/subscribe.htm and enter your new email address.

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  2. Joyce

    I have a Yahoo account and I never miss getting my infoAve daily or weekly premium newsletters. I also have an Outlook/Hotmail account but I use that one for private email as well as three other accounts with my ISP. I do not wish to have a gmail account. Also I do check my Spam Folder when it indicates there is spam, and surprisingly very few legit emails are there. I can always mark them as “not spam” and that takes care of that. While I am sure some have problems with Yahoo, but after using Yahoo for the last nine years, I do not see a reason to switch (at least not yet).

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    1. infoave Post author

      Not sure what this has to do with the article about not receiving our newsletters. You can right-click on any mail in Thunderbird and mark it Junk and all mail from that sender will be marked junk in the future. Conversely, you can right-click any mail in Thunderbird that is incorrectly marked Junk, and mark it “Not Junk”. You can click on “Tools” in the menu at the top for more Junk mail options. Thunderbird calls “spam” — “junk”.

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  3. A_Hippy_Hillbillie

    *Very interesting! Is yahoo violating out First Amendment Rights? Seems that whoever @yahoo is prejudice and has a severe censorship problem! *My own personal comment & two cents for what that’s worth!

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  4. Jean

    I have been with YAHOO a long time. Until I had some problems. Over a month or so ago I was able to get back on Verizon who sponsers Yahoo.. So far I have had no problems.

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    1. infoave Post author

      Verizon is in the process of trying to reach a deal to buy parts of Yahoo, but there has been no merger or acquisition. There may never be. At this time Yahoo and Verizon have nothing to do with each other.

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