ATTENTION: Please Add Our New Mail Server Name to Your Safe Senders List
September 3, 2008 10:16 am
Starting Monday, September 15th, Renderosity will have a new email domain that will be sending out such items as the Weekly Newsletter, email notifications and coupon broadcasts. If you receive email notifications for anything on the site - be it for the forums, galleries, favorite vendors or anything else on Renderosity - it is imperative that you add the following addresses to your Safe List:
Be sure to add the four addresses in the Safe List section to your email's 'Safe List', 'Allowed List' or whatever list you have to filter messages out of your SPAM folder.Again, this change will take place Monday, September 15th. If you have any questions or problems, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your cooperation and continued support!
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No sweat.. But many here still don't know they can turn off notifications they don't want and instead.. drop such into their spam folder. They may not realize this is the information source that email providers use to decide what is spam and what isn't, thus messing it up for everyone else. Eventually, you will get blacklisted off the net because of these uninformed or lazy folks. Of course the same folks that take time to read this notice aren't the ones calling you spam in the first place. Perhaps you should shut off everyones notices so that those that really want them must take an active step to restart them. Interesting problem.. good luck with it. Dave :^)
While I appreciate the opt out option - finding myself on a list that I never knowingly signed up for ( and never ever would) is quite something. To say the least, that is not a trust building behavior. Good however that I now can put you on my Spammers List.