Spam Filter Settings

At Review Centre, we occasionally e-mail you with information on special offers, hot new products, opinion polls and loads of other communications. However, you always have the opportunity to opt-out of any e-mails at any time.

To make sure you dont miss out on our communications, follow these quick instructions to make sure your Spam filters dont delete our e-mails:

Review Centre E-mails

  • Microsoft Outlook and Outlook Express

    • Select Actions > Junk E-mail > Junk E-mail Options... from the menu in Outlook.
    • Go to the \"Safe Senders\" tab.
    • Click Add....
    • Type the email address or domain name you want to list as \"trusted\".
    • To add a single address, type \"webmaster@reviewcentre.com\", for example. To make sure sub-domains are not automatically listed as \"trusted\" when you add a domain, include the @ sign: \"@reviewcentre.com\", for example. In this case, mail from \"poll@surveys.reviewcentre.com\" will not be listed as a \"safe sender\".
    • Click OK.
    • Click OK again.
    • Open a message from the sender (or a sender at the domain) you want to add to Safe Senders.
    • Select Actions > Junk E-mail and then Add Sender to Safe Senders List or Add Senders Domain (@internet.com) to Safe Senders List.
  • Mozilla Thunderbird

    Senders e-mail addresses are automatically checked against addresses stored in your Address Book. By saving addresses into your Address Book, you ensure that mail will not be flagged as Junk and possibly deleted.

    Additionally, suspicious e-mails are flagged in the following way:

    By clicking on This is Not Junk, the e-mail address is flagged as a safe sender and communications from this address are allowed through the spam filters.

  • Webmail Accounts eg. Hotmail, Gmail and Yahoo!

    Webmail accounts now generally offer users the option to store e-mail addresses from previously unknown senders:

    Again, senders e-mail addresses are also checked against any addresses stored in your address book, which serves as a safe senders list.

    Note: some webmail service providers may have slightly different systems for saving safe senders addresses. Please refer to your providers individual help notes for more information.

  • User protection

    Review Centre has a Privacy Policy designed to protect our users from unsolicited e-mails.

    Review Centres parent company, Resource Team Ltd, will not pass on your e-mail address to any other companies without your consent or knowledge. Additionally, any e-mail you receive which claims to be from Review Centre will be from Review Centre.

    We will always provide our users with the option to unsubscribe from our e-mails and newsletters. You can also change your settings by visiting your Review Centre Homepage which we have created for you.

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