The following content applies to NA, APAC, and EMEA geos only.
Adobe sends mails under various circumstances; some of them include:
- You request that Adobe email your membership password to you.
- You make a purchase on the Adobe Store or another Adobe eCommerce system.
- You create a case in the Adobe Support Portal.
- You convert a PDF using Create Adobe PDF Online.
- A hosted service on Adobe.com requires you to verify your email address.
- Auto-renewal reminders.*
*Mails sent 30 days before the expiry of your subscription or when a new invoice is raised for your subscription payments.
Use the following troubleshooting tips to resolve issues related to non-receipt of email from Adobe.
Under Adobe ID, confirm that your email address is correct. If not, edit it, or provide an alternate address. If your new email address is not accepted or if Adobe tried to verify a wrong mail ID instead of the actual id, see Cannot access mail.
For information on how to access your Adobe ID, see Manage your adobe account.
Search your junk or bulk email folders for the email from Adobe. Your mail administrator or mail program could have automatically set up these folders for you, and filters can sweep emails into these folders without you knowing it.
Watch out for the following email addresses from Adobe:
For more information on bulk and junk email folders, check with your mail administrator or your email program's Help files.
Adobe's email system does not work with some anti-spam software, such as those that use autoresponse or challenge methods to block unwanted email. Temporarily disable the software and wait for the email to arrive.
If your organization has a spam appliance or application, ensure that it is configured to allow email from Adobe and Amazon Web Services.
On many email servers, if you marked an email from Adobe as spam, all future Adobe emails automatically direct to your spam folder.
Sometimes, a High security setting for your email blocks email messages from Adobe. Adjust your setting to Medium or Medium-High.
If you have not received the email from Adobe, check with your mail administrator about your server's available disk space; it could be full. It's also possible that your email administrator should add Adobe's mail server to your company's whitelists, using the following IP addresses and subnets:
Modify your email address by following the steps in Solution 1. Or, modify your email address in the Edit Your Account Information page by clicking Change. For more information on how to modify your email addres, see Try a different email address.
If you are still unable to receive email, contact Customer Service to verify that your email address is listed correctly in Adobe's database.