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On 7/4/2023 at 6:21 PM, Veil Davar said:

Trying to open the file sent our emails isn't able to open. Anyone else have this problem or have a solution?

16 hours ago, DougTheRug said:

What have you done? I downloaded the EPub file for Kindle on my phone then sent it to the Kindle App which put on the Kindle library. 

What device are you using? I was able to access and read both the normal epub and kepub versions. I also use Calibre* for organizing and managing all of my eBooks. 

The Kindle specfic version should sideload to your device like any other sideloaded ebook, but in a pinch you may be able to convert the epub to mobi and use that on Kindle as well (unless Kindle will finally use epub). 


*Calibre is a freeware ebook management suite. They accept donations, but no payment is required (nor activation - it even has a portable version so you don;t need to install a program if you don't want to). It can also edit ebooks, edit metadata and much more. PM if you want more details.

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On 7/4/2023 at 4:27 PM, Veil Davar said:

I mean I can read the PDF version but I like the accessibility features provided when I read a book straight from Kindle!

If you go to your Kindle/Kindle app, then go to settings, you should be able to see an Email address. You can send it via attachment to that address.

If that doesn't work, you will need to go to your Kindle account, and add your Email to the accepted Emails list, then it should work.

There seem to be a lot of other ways to do this, some of which worked for me, but this was the most consistent one.

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