have a feature to block domains
Philip Haverly commented
reduce junk spam fishing email by permanently blocking a certain domain.
Dennis van loon commented
We as ussers cant "undo" our email adress from the darkweb when its released by a data leak (Done or caused by any other corp. other then Microsoft/outlook)
Cowley, Jason P commented
smarter spam filters
Yannis AGORASTIDIS commented
There must be a direct option for messages in inbox and junk folders to permanently block their domains (or even part of their domain name) so as their messages bounce without reaching even the junk folder.
Miss Adams commented
Sheryll Garrick commented
Just give us an option to block spam emails & domains !!!
Exactly like it is on the desktop version
Joe Stallings commented
Block spam, not just move it.
Marcelo Barrero commented
The spam filters are not working. I constantly receive mails from fake "PayPal" accounts and they never get filtered. I can't block those senders, nor their domains. It's very frustrating.
Said Gaforov commented
same domain keep sending junk with different user names, examples email@example.com blcoked then they keep sending firstname.lastname@example.org why I cannot just entire sender block with single click!??? looks like your Dev team has been informed about this in 2016, now middle 2020 what isnyour dev team doing? or do you have any, Microsoft Outlook???
Nadeem Bokhari commented
spam folder has become more active folder as almost all emails end up here one way or the other. providing users with more block or reporting options can help stop spam or unwanted emails at user lever. MS can pick up most reported as blocking criteria.
I receive junk email flagged by the sender rather than flagged by me. I want to halt flagging by the sender in my inbox.
jayakrishna angam commented
When we mark a mail as not spam, Outlook must consider all the domain as not spam. now, when a new mail comes from the domain whose mail was marked as not spam goes into spam again.
C R commented
Let there be a block email address / block sender and block domain feature. Far to much spam comes through.
Matthew Ryan commented
make an option that immediately blocks suspicious emails e.g. any email that has yrcvjkhdacggggdtyfhuy754fg@ or
COMEON!!!!! Have some ******** commonsense here. And have blocked senders something you can immediately press and block....not have to open blocking and write things down to have to add. MAKE - IT - EASIER!
Nick Berg commented
Blocking the sending IP will stop the spammers from being able to create a new domain within the same IP server.
Kevin Hollingsworth commented
Once an email is identified as junk, we should have the ability to prevent it from even coming into the junk box in the future. In other words, COMPLETELY blocking the e-mail. The same with domains and with the Rules.
Bruce Epper commented
A shitload of spam messages contain a from: address using a domain that has no associated MX record. Others contain some text like 'Wal-mart' but have no email address. I have never seen either of these from valid senders, so just assume all of them meeting this criteria are spam.
Peter Phillips commented
As described above. Your current block option is still allowing spammers/scammers to populate my email with junk. And use the word SPAM or JUNK consistently - you appear incapable if deciding which word to use!
Sands, William commented
Block entire domains with Outlook 2016 for Android....
Mark Kevane commented
block .icu .space .club as examples