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Hungry For Hits Whitelist instructions
Make sure you get our mails!

Unfortunately, sometimes email providers will identify our mail as nonimportant or spam because they contain words like "traffic" and "credits", and send them to your spam folder or don't deliver them at all. For example, if you have sent a support ticket and don't keep track of what is in your spam folder, you wouldn't see the reply unless you check your spam.

The newsletters contain important information about news at Hungry For Hits, as well as helpful advice on a number of topics regarding the features in Hungry For Hits and online advertising in general. Sometimes there are also bonuses and gifts which you can't find anywhere else.

This is how you filter the email for different email providers, to be sure you get the valuable emails. First, go to Account Settings under the Account tab here in Hungry For Hits and make sure that you have ticked the box that says "Receive newsletter" at the bottom of the page.


1. Open the settings icon at the upper right-hand side of Gmail (the gear icon), and choose "Settings" from the list.
2. Open the Filters and Blocked Addresses tab.
3. Click the link called Create a new filter. If you already have lots of filters, you won't see this link until you scroll to the very bottom of the page.
4. In the "From" field, type the email address to whitelist, or the domain. I recommend adding the domain,, but you can also add the email:
5. Click "Create filter" at the bottom of that pop-up window to make the whitelist filter.
6. A new box opens that says "When a message arrives that matches this search", select "Never send it to spam"
7. Click the "Create filter" button.


1. Click on gear icon in the upper right corner of your Hotmail screen.
3. On the "Options" page under "Preventing junk email", click "Safe and blocked senders".
4. Click the link Safe senders on the next page.
5.Enter the email address in the text box.
6. Click "Add to list".


1. Click "Options" at the top right of the navigation bar.
2. Select "Mail Options" from the list that drops down.
3. Choose "Filters" from the list that next appears and click on the "Add" button.
4. In the "Sender" field, select "Contains" in the dropdown list and write in the right field:
5. Choose the destination folder, which would be the inbox.

Using email filters and rules like this is not just a good way to make sure you get important information, but you can also create different folders and categories in your mailbox and automatically sort incoming mails to those folders with the filters you set up.