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If you are new to Patroneer, taking the Product Tour will give you a quick introduction. And the F.A.Q. below can also address some common questions.
There are a few techniques that you can use. We describe them in the How to Manage Email Marketing in Your Inbox tutorial.
This is most likely caused by over-aggressive spam filtering. You can check your spam or junk mail folder to see if the messages were placed there. (Yes, we also find it ironic that a service used to combat spam can be marked as spam itself.) You can remedy the problem by marking the message as not junk, and by adding email@example.com to your address book.
In geek speak, Windows Phone is missing a root certificate authority. In plain talk, open http://www.startssl.com/certs/ca.crt from your Windows Phone browser, and click the Install Certificate button. You should be good to go after that.
First check if your browser has popup windows blocked. There is usually an indicator in the browser toolbar or status bar when it blocks a popup. You can click on the indicator to allow popups from this website.
Another problem can occur when your browser has third party cookies disabled. You might need to enable all third party cookies in your browser, or you can add an individual exception to allow cookies from the facebook.com or google.com domains.
As strange as it may sound, Google does not support the +1 button on all Android browsers.