Google for Real Estate #5: Gmail

HDC_Gmail_Blog_2695_1200x600.jpgWhether you love it or hate it, every business needs email. It’s easy to set up your email account and call it done, but, like all technology, email is evolving and changing. The account you set up 20, 10, or even 5 years ago may no longer meet your business’s needs. Check out some of the things Gmail can do below and then ask yourself, “Does my email do this for me?” Continue reading

Be Certain Important Emails Make it to Your Inbox, Not Your Spam Folder

Ever wonder why your emails end up in the spam folder or look weird? To ensure proper delivery of your emails and/or your subscriptions with Homes.com we suggest the following:No more Junk Mail

  • Add newlead@homes.com to safe senders
  •  Add @Homes.com to safe senders

Administer this by choosing one of the options below for the appropriate email you use.

Outlook 2007 or Outlook 2003: Choose one option Go to “Actions” on your e-mail menu bar. Select “Junk E-mail” from your pull-down menu. Select “Add Sender to Safe Senders List.” Right-click in the message and select “Add the Sender 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. Type the email address of the sender in the text box.

Outlook Express: Choose one option Go to “Actions” on your e-mail menu bar. Select “Junk E-mail” from your pull-down menu. Select “Add Sender to Safe Senders List.” Right-click in the message and select “Add the Senderto 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. Type the email address of the sender in the text box. Continue reading