Recurring.co works by parsing the invoices and receipts you receive in your email.

You or anybody in your team can forward your receipts to your assigned address, and those expenses will be automatically logged and visible in your account.

However, to make your life easier, most email clients allow you to set automatic forwarding. In this article, we'll go over how to set this up for Yahoo Mail Pro. (Yahoo free version doesn't allow auto-forwarding)

Yahoo Mail Pro

  • Click the Gear button in the upper-right corner and select “More Settings”. This “More Settings” link will open a new overlay window.

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  • Click into the “Mailboxes” category. Your Yahoo Mail address will be shown for your selection.

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  • Click your Yahoo Mail address in the top area of the Mailbox List. This will open the view of your Yahoo Mail account settings.

  • Scroll down to the section for “Forward” settings. This will allow you to enter a destination address to forward all email messages to.

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  • Enter the email address you want to forward messages to and click “Verify”. Selecting verify will send a verification message to the Recurring.co address you entered for the destination. Our system will re-send the verification message to you as soon as we receive it.

  • Open the verification message that is sent to you.  You’ll need to use this message to verify that you own the account you entered.

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  • Click the link in the verification email.  This will verify that you own the account and add it to your Yahoo Mail account as your approved forwarding destination.

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  • You will receive a Congratulations message if all is successful.

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