Gmail’s New Procedure for Whitelisting Email Addresses

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Gmail recently made changes to how spam filtering works in GMAIL. To set up a whitelist rule, do the following:

  1. Log in to your Gmail account from a Desktop or Laptop Computer (Does not work on a phone)
  2. Click the GEAR icon at the top right and then click SETTINGS.
  3. Go to FILTERS AND BLOCKED ADDRESSES and click CREATE A NEW FILTER.
  4. In the FROM section, type the email address of the sender that you want to keep out of your Spam Folder.
  5. Click CREATE FILTER.
  6. Check NEVER SEND IT TO SPAM and ALSO APPLY FILTER TO MATCHING MESSAGES boxes.
  7. Click CREATE FILTER again.

For more information on creating rules in gmail, visit this article here:

https://support.google.com/mail/answer/6579

Help! Google Chrome Took Over My PDFs

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Google Chrome’s latest update changes windows file associations for PDF Files, setting itself as the default reader. To switch it back to Adobe Acrobat you’ll need to do the following:

  1. Right Click on any PDF File and go to properties
  2. Next to Opens With, click Change
  3. Select Adobe Reader
  4. Hit OK

All of your pdf icons should change back to the Adobe one and when you go to open a pdf, adobe reader should now come up.

Turn off Chrome Security

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turn off google chrome safe browsing
Google Chrome Updated their browser settings for security. If you experience web sites asking for authorization, you can TURN OFF this security feature by doing the following: To turn off Google safe browsing checks for all sites and downloads in Google Chrome: 1. Click the three-dots Chrome menu button. 2. Select Settings from the menu that has appeared. … 3. Scroll to or click the Privacy and security category. 4. Select No protection for Safe Browsing.