Mark All as Junk or Delete All option for selected email in Microsoft Outlook 2016
Please allow "Block Sender" command for a group of emails:
instead of blocking messages one by one in mailbox, would be more convenient to select them first and then apply "Junk" commands to all of them at once. It will be highly beneficial if Mark All as Junk or Delete All option for selected email in Microsoft Outlook 2016 is available.
One box to Delete All Junk Mail - same as Hotmail has!
The Junk Mail filters are generally not very helpful - it's almost 100% inverted, junk in my inbox, and real mail in my junk box - and having to go one by one through real mail to tag it as "not junk" is frustrating.
Please let me batch-tag mail in the Junk box as "not junk" - multiple select, right click, "Trust this sender", etc.
To mark multiple emails at a time and move them to junk
Just upgraded from Outlook 2010 to Outlook 2016, I can’t believe after so many years the Outlook’s Team has apparently done Nothing to improve the amount of SPAM (unsolicited) emails received, which is the task most time spent on by all their users.
If anything, they have taken a step backwards by not allowing their users to Block more than one email at a time as oppose permitting the blocking of a selected group. Thus, making it the managing of SPAM emails more time consuming.
If Outlook Team in unable to at the very least demonstrate efforts to improve this problem, its time to replace the person(s) assigned to this task.
I would start by retaining people with a proven history of accomplishments in this area from other companies in significantly reducing SPAM emails while making it easier to manage same.
I will Not upgrade to another version of Outlook until the Team are able to demonstrate at the very least an effort towards improving this issue.
PS: Signing-Up and posting on this page was a very frustrating experience, don't, it takes forever to write or edit text, not having this problem on other websites (using latest version of Firefox)
Mike Brayshaw commented
Spammers are sending multiple identical emails but with varying domains.
Richard Moore commented
Why is it that when I select a Junk Email and click "Not Junk" and then select "Always trust email from ***" Outlook moves the email to the inbox, and then continues to junk emails from that sender?
Really frustrating when Outlook incorrectly junks an email from a trusted sender and then ignores you when you whitelist that sender.
Always trust sender should mean always trust sender - forever.
Am using Outlook 2016 with Exchange 365.
being able to define several emails like spam would be a very valuable time saving when we wishes to clean our mailbox or just fight against spaming every day.
This option could also be supplemented by an automatic unsubscription to the newsletters so as not to be obliged to unsubscribe or unsubscribe in each unwanted email ...
sorry for my bad english, but i am french and i used google translation ... ;-)
Because Outlook 2016 frequently marks legitimate emails as junk mail, please do something about the number of users able to pass straight through the Hotmail server and target Outlook email addresses. I'm having to sift through 30+ items of junk daily now. This just started about 2 weeks ago, and I don't understand what is happening when this starts. Then, it stops without me doing anything. But, for now, I'm being bombarded with JUNK!
I am no computer whiz so I don't have an idea as such... I just think you guys need a better JUNK filter!
I personally have a Gmail account and they filter through Junk mail very well. This is a work account and we constantly have Junk mail. LOADS of it!! Even if I mark it as Junk or block senders, it just keeps coming through.
Calvin Chavis commented
Improve the junk filter feature so that junk mail is not getting to my Inbox. I have my Junk Email options set to high yet emails that I think shouldn't be delivered to my Inbox are still being delivered. I am getting emails in my Inbox that are for loans, car insurance, etc. I am unemployed and have not license. It's in poor taste. It seems like it might be programmed.
Michael O'Rielly commented
Add the ability to "Mark as junk" instead of just adding a sender/domain to a blocked senders list. This functionality does not work. Instead having a "Mark as Junk" buttom.. better yet... a quick-command such as "Ctrl+J" to mark something as spam would be great. Like with outlook.com (presumed) if I mark something as Junk instead of block an individual it will start to learn what is junk and what isn't.
Who is this moderator anyway - I've posted several comments asking the moderator to reply to my email address telling me why my comments are not posted, never had a reply
January 2017 - David G said "anyone having trouble posting new ideas here. Nothing happens when i post comment. also why is the comment area so narrow? weird." I agree totally
Why am I always "waiting for moderator approval"???
Still don't seem able to send a comment but I agree with David G
I give up!! Spent 1.5 hours trying to post, seems nobody is listening
Moderator - please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to explain why you are ignoring my posts on this site
I agree with David G - anyone having trouble posting new ideas here. Nothing happens when i post comment. also why is the comment area so narrow? weird. I've tried to post a comment over 20 times, just get "awaiting moderator approval"
Moderator - please tell me why you are rejecting my submissions - email is email@example.com
One last go. I agree with David G - want to junk/block sender for 40 trash items after selecting all with Ctrl-A