Do you ever get curious and go into your spam folder just to see what kind of absurd emails are being sent to you? And then you notice one in there from a trusted source that you actually would’ve liked to read? It happens to all of us. Spam filters can only do so much on their own, but it’s your input that helps them weed out the true junk without hiding any messages of value. So what can you do to make sure Mint Mobile’s emails get to you successfully? Let’s explore your email settings.
Add Mint Mobile to your contact list
The easiest and most effective way to ensure you get all of our emails is to have us in your contact list, because then your email account will assume if you like us enough to have us in there you must want to receive our messages. Follow the steps below based on your email server to add us to your contact list.
Microsoft Outlook (the desktop email program)
Make sure Gmail puts our emails in your Primary inbox
Gmail also splits up your emails among a few different inboxes according to their presumed importance. This is a very handy feature, but it tends to send any brand messages to the Promotions inbox. This results in you not receiving push notifications for these messages and they get buried under other emails telling you about upcoming sales and stuff. Luckily, this is just as easy to fix as the contact stuff we covered earlier.
Using Gmail on a computer
Using Gmail on a phone
Is that it?
Yeah, pretty much. If you’re using a different email provider than the ones mentioned in this blog, the steps are likely pretty similar. If you open an email from Mint Mobile in your spam folder, there should be an option to mark it as “not spam.” This is one step you can take, but your best bet is to add us to your contact list as well.
Now you won’t miss out on any account renewal updates, valuable promotions, or network changes – you know, the important stuff.