Hey, it’s come to our attention that your email provider blocked us from sending you emails, for some crazy reason. Do you want to know how to make sure you don't miss any important emails from your favorite church, Tempe Nazarene Church? After following the steps below you can sit back and relax, knowing that you won't miss any important emails from the good folks at Tempe Nazarene Church. But, be warned, you might start receiving more spam emails from us too! (Blame your newfound email friendship with the church.)
So, We Got Blocked
For IOS MAIL
Step 1: Open the Settings app, unless you have a hammer nearby and feel like smashing your phone instead.
Step 2: Scroll down and tap "Mail." It's the icon with an envelope. If you're confused about what an envelope looks like, ask your grandparents.
Step 3: Tap "Blocked Sender Options" or "Blocked Contacts." We all have that one person we'd love to block, don't we?
Step 4: Tap "Add New..." or "Add a Contact." Just don't add your ex. That's a recipe for disaster.
Step 5: Type in firstname.lastname@example.org and tap "Done" or "Save" to add the email address to your contacts or allowed senders list. Hooray, you did it! Now you can receive emails from your church.
For ANDROID MAIL
Step 1: Open the Gmail app. If you don't have it, download it from the app store. If you don't know what an app store is, ask a teenager.
Step 2: Tap the three-line menu icon in the top-left corner. It looks like a hamburger. Mmm, hamburgers.
Step 3: Scroll down and tap "Settings." It's like the control panel for your email.
Step 4: Tap the email address you want to modify. Unless you have multiple email addresses, then pick the one you want to modify. We can't make all the decisions for you.
Step 5: Tap "Spam & Phishing" or "Filters and Blocked Addresses." You don't want spam, but phishing sounds kind of exciting, doesn't it? The correct answer is “Nope!”
Step 6: Tap "Add" or "Create a new filter" and add email@example.com to your allowed senders list. And just like that, you're one step closer to heaven.
Step 1: Log in to your Gmail account. If you forgot your password, try "password123" or "ilovecats." Just kidding. I hope.
Step 2: Click on the gear icon in the upper-right corner and select "Settings." It's like the command center for your email.
Step 3: Click on the "Filters and Blocked Addresses" tab. Filters are like email ninjas that can sort your messages for you.
Step 4: Scroll down and click on "Create a new filter." Don't worry, you won't break anything.
Step 5: In the "From" field, enter firstname.lastname@example.org. This is the person you want to hear from.
Step 6: Click "Create filter." This is where the magic happens.
Step 7: Select "Never send it to Spam." No one puts baby in the spam folder.
Step 8: Optionally, you can also select "Always mark it as important" to prioritize emails from email@example.com. Because let's be honest, their emails are always important.
Step 9: Click "Create filter" to save your changes. You did it! You're now an email filter master.
for Macos Mail
Step 1: Open the Apple Mail app. It's like a virtual post office, but without the long lines.
Step 2: Click on "Mail" in the menu bar and select "Preferences." Preferences are like a choose-your-own-adventure book for your email.
Step 3: Click on the "Rules" tab. Rules are like email bouncers that decide who gets in and who doesn't.
Step 4: Click on "Add Rule." It's like adding a new character to your favorite TV show.
for AOL mail
Step 1: Log in to your AOL Mail account and find that gear icon in the upper-right corner that looks like it's straight out of the 90s.
Step 2: Click on "Options" like it's your only option in life.
Step 3: In the left-hand menu, click on "Spam Settings." It's like sorting through the trash to find a hidden treasure.
Step 4: In the "Sender Filter" section, click on "Custom sender list." It's like you're creating a VIP list for your inbox.
Step 5: Then, enter firstname.lastname@example.org in the "Sender or domain" field and click "Add." It's like saying, "Hey, Tempe Nazarene Church, you're cool with me."
Step 6: Finally, click "Save" to save your changes and allow emails from email@example.com. And voila! You're in the good books with the church.
Psst, hey you! Yeah, you with the keyboard. Are you tired of those nosy parkers peeking into your emails? Well, have no fear, because Proton Mail is here! It's like a secret agent for your emails, encrypting them so tight even the CIA would struggle to crack it. You could talk about your deepest, darkest secrets, your wildest dreams, and even your embarrassing obsession with avocado toast without a worry in the world. So go ahead, sign up for Proton Mail, and keep your conversations as private as a Kardashian's skincare routine. Well, it appears your email account is so secure it’s blocking TNC@tempenazarene.org. Tell it to put our address in a pigeonhole that allows you to read our messages!
Step 1: Log in to your ProtonMail account and find that gear icon in the upper-right corner. It's like you're about to gear up for some serious email business.
Step 2: Click on "Settings" like it's setting the stage for a new email era.
Step 3: In the left-hand menu, click on "Filters." It's like creating a sieve for your inbox.
Step 4: Click on "Add filter." It's like putting on a new filter mask for incoming emails.
Step 5: In the "From" field, enter firstname.lastname@example.org. It's like giving Tempe Nazarene Church your email blessing.
Step 6: In the "Then move to" field, select "Inbox" or another folder where emails from email@example.com should be moved to. It's like putting the church's emails in their own fancy pigeonhole.
Step 7: Click "Save" to save your changes and ensure that you receive emails from firstname.lastname@example.org. And just like that, you're ready to receive all the church's emails without any distractions.