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Editing my ''mark as safe'' list on MSN E Mail

When I receive E Mails on my msn.com account I get a message to ''mark as safe/unsafe''. However, when I try to mark as ''safe'' I get a message that my ''mark as safe'' list is ''full''. How do I access this list to edit/tidy up ?. Thanks Patrick

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  • ktcrowley Jan 13, 2009

    Unfortunately the response is not detailed/specific enough but thanks for trying

  • ktcrowley Jan 15, 2009

    Thanks for your help. My E Mail address is ktcrowley@msn.com

  • thespona Jan 22, 2009

    I subscribed to a few job sites ,and they sent me conformation e-mails which went into my junk mail.I have an msn account,just incase that is important.the e-mails are marked with "mark as safe or unsafe".When I try to mark as safe,a warning comes up saying that my mark as safe list is full.where my problem is.Where do I find this list,to edite?

    thespona@msn.com

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Go to your account option / security settings

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

  • Pat Batta
    Pat Batta Jan 15, 2009

    Unfortunately I do not have any more access to a MSN account.
    I remember there is a management windows where you can set your mail options
    There you have a security entry and you can manage your sender list.
    I'll try to connect to a MSN account and I'll be more detailed.
    If you give me a contact I can remotely connect to your screen and follow your connection usiny logmein.com



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