It takes only a couple of minutes to ensure that you never miss an update.

Select your email service provider:

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After you are logged in to your Gmail account, click the settings icon (the gear) at the top right of the screen.
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Click See all settings in the pane on the right side of the screen.
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Click Filters and Blocked Addresses.
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Click Create a new filter.
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Add the text epistle.org to the From field. Then click Create filter.
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Select the options Never send it to Spam, Always mark it as important, and Categorize as: Primary.
You will have to select "Primary" from the drop-down list beside Categorize as.
To finish, click the blue Create filter button 🎉.
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After you are logged in to your Yahoo email account, click the settings icon (the gear) at the top right of the screen.
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Click More Settings in the pane on the right side of the screen.
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Click Filters in the pane on the left of the screen.
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Click Add new filters.
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Set "Epistle" for the Filter name field.
Under Set rulesFromSelect a filter criterion select "contains".
Under Set rulesFromType a filter value put the text epistle.org.
Under Choose a folder to move toSelect folder choose "Inbox".
To finish, click the blue "Save" button.
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After you are logged in to your Outlook email account, click the settings icon (the gear) at the top right of the screen.
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Click View all Outlook settings in the pane on the right side of the screen.
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Click Junk Email.
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Click Add under Safe senders and domains.
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Add the text updates.epistle.org and then press enter. To finish, click the blue "Save" button.
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Other Email Service Providers

Most email service providers have a 2 step process for whitelisting:

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Look in your spam/junk folder to see if there are any emails from @updates.epistle.org.
If you find one, open the email.
You should then be able to click something like "Not Spam" or "Move to Inbox".
This will tell your email service provider not to send future messages from Epistle to the spam folder.
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Add the email address @updates.epistle.org to your address book / contacts.
When you do this, your email service provider will know to trust these emails and deliver them to your inbox.