It’s always embarrassing being behind on the latest news. Particularly if it means your business suffers.

That’s why it’s important to make sure all the important emails from the University of Tasmania make it into your inbox rather than to junk mail – you could miss out on important business information from us (not to mention competitions and fun stuff)!

How to stop UTAS emails going to your junk mail.

It’s really easy to ensure our trusted email address makes it into your inbox. Scroll down the page and select the email progam you use. Simply follow the instructions to add us to your address book, safe sender list or white list – and you’re done!

Which email addresses to approve.

The organisation sending you email is the University of Tasmania. You should whitelist emails with the suffix “@utas.edu.au”. These include:

intl.comms@utas.edu.au

international.admissions@utas.edu.au

international.study@utas.edu.au

The UTAS regional development managers for your country may also email you. Please ensure you white list their addresses too.

iPhone

  1. In the inbox, tap the sender’s name in the “from” line
    2. Choose “Create New Contact”
    3. Tap “Done” to save

Android

  1. Tap the picture of the sender
    2. Tap the “add to contacts” icon
    3. Tap “Create new contact”
    4. Choose the correct account if you are signed into multiple email addresses
    5. Tap the check mark to save

Gmail

  1. Open the email in your inbox
    2. Hover over the sender’s name
    3. Select “Add to contacts” to save the sender to your Contacts list

You can also whitelist in Gmail before opening the email: Just hover over the sender’s name next to the subject line and select “Add to contacts” to save to your Contacts list.

How to move senders to your Gmail Primary tab

  1. Drag the email from your Promotions tab to your Primary tab
    2. When asked, “Do this for future messages?” select “Yes”

Apple Mail

  1. Open the email in your inbox
    2. Click on the sender’s email address
    3. Click “Add to Contacts”

Outlook 2003 (and higher)

  1. Open the email in your inbox.
    2. Right click “Click here” to download images in the grey bar at the top of the message.
    3. Click “Add Sender to Safe Senders List.”

Yahoo

  1. Open the email in your inbox
  2. Click on the sender’s email address
  3. Click “…”
  4. Choose “Add to contacts”
  5. Add additional information if needed
  6. Click save to finish

Windows Live Mail

  1. Open the email in your inbox
    2. Click on the sender’s email address
    3. Click “Add”
    4. Add additional information if needed
    5. Click save to finish

AOL

  1. Click “Contacts” in the left toolbar
    2. Click “New Contact”
    3. Add contacts information
    4. Choose “Add Contact” to save

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