News - 02 Sep `14Guide: How To 'Whitelist' Our Communications

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Newsletters and regular emails may accidentally end up in the Spam folder in your email program. Oddly enough, this happens sometimes even if you have been exchanging emails with the sender before.

In the never-ending war between spammers and email services, you and us are accidentally caught in their crossfire. The result is that providers filter out email that you specifically ask to receive, such as our newsletters. Some can be very aggressive and mark 'good' mail as 'spam' without even letting you know about this.

It's a shame to inconvenience you with this, but the spammers leave us no choice. After you subscribe to our newsletter, we recommend you take the following steps to ensure that you actually will receive it.

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