Comcast Email Update

Updated 1 March 2020.
We believe that recent dialog with Comcast's filtering services has now removed DSRA from Comcast's spam filtering and that DSRA members with Comcast email addresses should now be able to receive our eblasts.  We will therefore discontinue posting copies of eblasts to a secure area of the website for special access.
To ensure that your mailbox is ready to receive our emails we still recommend the following protective actions with your own system settings:
EITHER – Login to your Comcast email via a browser directly at the web level (not via Outlook or any other email client), then check "enable spam filtering", and check/enable "keep a copy of spam emails" – you should then be able to find your future DSRA emails in your SPAM folder and even move them to your inbox.
OR – Login to your Comcast email via a browser directly at the web level (not via Outlook or any other email client), then uncheck/disable "enable spam filtering" – this will allow all spam emails into your inbox (click here for suggested settings in Comcast) – if you are using Outlook, Thunderbird, or another email client you may be able to set secondary spam filtering there to send non-DSRA unwanted spam to a local spam/junk folder in your email client.
Changing spam settings as above allows delivery of DSRA eblasts to Comcast users who have changed their settings.  We believe that changing the filter settings along with Comcast delisting us from their spam filtering will allow Comcast users to receive our emails.
We still recommend members not to use ISP (cable provider) email addresses, we recommend the use of independent personal email addresses such as gmail, yahoo, outlook.com which are not tied to ISP's, businesses or workplaces, or devices.  We do not permit the use of GM/Aptiv/Delphi or automotive business emails, and we do not  condone or support the use of any business or organizational emails for our messages.
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