Frequently Asked Questions
How do I sign up to receive Emerald Street?
You can sign up to receive the Emerald Street daily email service by filling in your email address in the box on the home page of www.emeraldstreet.com.
The easiest way round the problem is to send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add you to our mailing list.
I've signed up but I'm still not receiving Emerald Street
If you have already registered but don't seem to receiving the email this could be because your email service provider has classified the email as junk mail. Although we make every effort to ensure that this doesn't happen the individual settings of email accounts sometimes mean that emails don't get through to your inbox. In order to rectify this you should add email@example.com to you inbox safe list.
If you are using a work email address then your company mail filters may be the problem. In some companies junk mail is filtered by the IT department into a central location meaning that it won't appear in your individual junk mail folders. You can speak nicely to your IT department and ask to have the domain @stylist.emeraldstreet.com added to your company whitelist or alternatively sign up with a personal email account.
There are also a number of email address formats we are unable to broadcast to. Examples of these are info@ and contact@. These are removed by our system due to the fact that quite often these email adresses are used to email multiple users across a company and can easily be targetted by spammers.
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I live in Leeds but I work in London. Can I receive two versions of the Emerald Street weekend guide?
Unfortunately in order to receive two regional versions of Emerald Street you will need to sign up with two email addresses.
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We really don't want you to unsubscribe but if you feel Emerald Street isn't for you then you can stop receiving it by clicking on the unsubscribe link in any email or by logging into emeraldstreet.com and clicking on the link at the bottom of the page.
I enjoy reading Emerald Street but I don't want to receive it every day. Can I make my subscription less frequent?
When clicking on the unsubscribe link you will see there is also an option to change your frequency. If you decide you still want to receive Emerald Street but you'd just rather have it less often then simply choose which days you would like and click finish.
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