Thank you for signing up to the Blade Doctor Mobile Sharpening Notification System.  You will be notified by email on a monthly basis when we will be in your area to provide sharpening services.  You will get an email one week before our next sharpening date in your area.

If you want service, you just click on the button in the email saying “Yes I would like you to stop by.”  If you don’t want service please click on the “No Thanks” button and you wouldn’t get another email until the next month.

If you miss the email (or you just are too busy) and don’t select either button, we will send you another email the day before we are going to be in the area just in case you have something you want to be sharpened.

 

Email Systems Can Be Pain

Depending on your email settings and the email provider sometimes our email can end up in Spam or Promotional emails folders.  To ensure continuous delivery and not have to go hunting for it the best way is to click on the No Button when you don’t want services -help your service provider to know you want the emails.  The other thing you can do is make sure you whitelist our email address.  Here is a little description about email whitelisting.

Email Address Whitelisting

“Email Whitelisting” is a term used to describe the act of allowing an email to reach your inbox. This can be helpful if you want to make sure a sender doesn’t go to your Spam folder. These days, whitelisting is typically accomplished by adding the sender to your contact list in whatever email client you are using (there a few exceptions of course). In this article, I’ll give you step-by-step instructions that show how to whitelist a sender.

Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. Apple iPhone / iPad

    1. Open the email.
    2. Tap the sender’s name in the From line.
    3. On the next screen, tap Create New Contact.
    4. Tap Done.

     

  2. Microsoft Outlook 2013

    1. Right-click on the email that you would like to add to your safe sender list
    2. Hover over Junk and then click the option Never Block Sender.

     

  3. Android

    1. Tap to open the email.
    2. Tap the icon next to the email address.
    3. Tap OK.

     

  4. Apple Mail

    1. Right-click on the sender’s email address.
    2. Select Add to Contacts or Add to VIPs.

     

  5. Gmail

    1. Click and drag the email into the Primary tab.
    2. Click Yes to confirm

     

  6. Outlook.com (formerly Hotmail)

    1. Open the email.
    2. Click the Add to Contacts link

     

  7. Yahoo! Mail

    1. Right-click the email.
    2. Select Add Sender to Contacts.
    3. Click Save.