Block Senders Domain in Junk
When getting lots of junk email with same domain name(with different email accounts) it would be great if we get an option to block senders domain. We can edit the blocked senders , but its again a tedious process and we may end up doing this daily. Adding a button on Junk so we can block the senders domain right away would be an easier way to tackle this menace.
Why does MSFT have a button to "Never Block a Domain" but makes it diffucult for us to Block a Domain??? Here is your chance to show that you are creating product for the consumers (based on our needs and wants) vs. a tool for your marketing/spam buddies to shove more ignorant emails at us and waste our time!!! It's not even hard since I'd expect an intern to code/test this in 2-3 days.
Andres Bohren commented
That does already exist - see
Scott Bailey commented
Come on guys, why hasn't Microsoft done this. How difficult could it be?
We're paying for this service, its not free.
For the Delete section in the Home tab, could the drop down menu for the Junk include: Block Sender's Domain?
Block Domains, not just people. So much spam from these dating sites and other countries that dont follow the spam laws.
Ron Sargeant commented
This would be very useful to block disgusting emails from the domain appspot.com
Maurice Birchler commented
If the sending domain hides their DNS registration details or uses an ISP that does not comply with The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names Numbers (ICANN) which requires that the contact information of those who own and manage a domain name to be made publicly available via Whois directories then filter the arriving email as Junk.
Make the option to block incoming emails from a specific country code WORK. Attempts to block emails from country codes "cf" and "ml" don't
B Sewell commented
For goodness sake blocking emails or domains should mean BLOCKED not merely moved to Junk.
George Prieditis commented
In In Outlook, Junk>Email Options, please make it easy to include blocking the domains. Like select a series of blocked items and ask if you wish to block the domain and not just the address.
Richard Greve commented
This is a very good and very important idea.
Cary Hutto commented
CP Hoener commented
Junkmail Domains mit spezieller Endung sperren
Junk mail domains with special extension lock
Bei Junkmail die Möglichkeit Domainendung ( z.B. xxx.best oder xxx.ru oder ... ) individuell hinterlegen zum sperren so das Mails mit dieser speziellen Domainendung direkt in Junkmail landen.
For junk mail the option to add a domain extension (eg xxx.best or xxx.ru or ...) to lock it so that the mails with this special domain ending can land directly in junk mail.
Don Whalen commented
I've asked for this in the past and glad to see someone else suggest it. With all the improvements you're making this one seems like an easy one to me.
PLEASE do this - its got to be so trivial for you guys to do, and beneficial for millions of users ..
I don't know why it wasn't implemented at the get-go ..
This should be trivial to implement .. and SOO beneficial for the user .. I don't know why this wasn't implemented at the get-go
I second this. All they do is change what is before the @ and it keeps coming through. Make it block what comes after the @ and that would be better. Block the domain.
Why, for the sake of gosh, don't MS yet added a one-click way to block a sender domain? As a long term MS client, for many MS products, I do really demand an answer.
Charles Billow commented
The junk mail filtering needs two additions: a way to block domains instead of just individual senders, and the ability to add buttons to the toolbar for the Block / Safe designations.
When you block emails from an International top-level domain, the block does not work. The code needs to be re-set.