Is The Broadcast Schedule Making It To Your Inbox?

An increasing number of e-mail clients include spam blockers that can affect delivery and display of some e-mail messages.

As a result, some of our e-mail communications might not reach you, or they might be displayed without images.

That means the Broadcast Schedule Won’t Show UP in the text of the newsletter!

To ensure that you continue receiving the weekly broadcast schedule and that these messages display properly, we recommend adding Free Homeschooling 101 to your list of safe senders.

Here are some instructions to help you do that:

Outlook 2003

Right-click in the message and select “Add the Domain to Safe Senders List.”

Outlook 2007

From the Inbox, select “Actions”, Select “Junk E-mail”, and Click on “Junk E-mail Options.”
Click on the Safe Sender Tab. Type or copy and paste the address into the block area and Click OK.

Outlook 2010

Right-click the message you consider safe, and then on the shortcut menu, point to “Junk E-mail.”
Click “Add Sender to Safe Senders List.” Add Sender’s Domain ( to Safe Senders List, or Add Recipient to Safe Recipients List.

Outlook Express

Go to “Actions” on your email menu bar. Select “Junk E-mail” from your pull-down menu. Select “Add Sender’s Domain to Safe Senders List.”
Right-click in the message and select “Add the Domain to Safe Senders List.”
Go to “Tools” on the menu bar. Select “Options” in the pull-down menu. Under “Preferences,” select “Junk E-mail.” Then click on the “Safe Sender” tab. Click the “Add” button and type “” in the text box.

AOL 9.0

You can do either of the following:

Add the e-newsletter email address to your address book.
Reply to the newsletter. If you reply to your e-mail, AOL will automatically put the e-newsletter address in your address book.


Open the e-mail.
Click the “Add Address” icon on the right.
The e-mail address is pre-populated in the “Contact Details” pop-up.
Verify that the pre-populated information is correct.
Click “Save.”

MSN Hotmail

Go to the “Options” page.
On the left side of the page, click “Mail,” and then click “Junk E-mail Protection.”
Click “Add Senders to Safe List.”
Type “” and then click “Add.”

Yahoo! Mail

Check your Yahoo Bulk folder for e-mail that does not belong there.
Report messages that you want in your Inbox with the “Not Spam” button.


If you have the e-newsletter e-mail address in your Address Book, Earthlink will not block it.

Go to your Address Book, click the “Add” button. You only need to enter the e-mail address under Internet Information.


Open the e-mail.
Click “More Options” in the e-mail header.
Click “Add Sender to Contact List.”