Blocking selected senders
Without opening any questionable messages, the "Block" feature previously available in the "Junk email" folder was good in that it displayed the email address ID for the selected message(s) before giving the option to confirm the "Block" request. This helpful option does no appear to be available any longer.
We are working on adding the confirmation dialog that will list the full set of email addresses in full when multiple senders are selected to be blocked.
Thanks for your patience and the feedback!
Why doesn't microsoft block messages with no sender. Seems pretty stupid that we can't block all messages with no sender email address or that Microsoft doesn't autmatically mark them as Junk. After all google does it and so does every other email provider. get with the times and improve your service already.
Isaac Debow commented
Please let us select everything in the folder and block them instead of clicking through each one
Bruce Bigelow commented
You need to filter out my blocked senders BEFORE putting things in Junk Mail. Why do you put messages that I say I don't want to see in Junk Mail? That makes no sense at all! For instance, I blocked the domain "ee-business.com", but you still put 20-25 messages a day into my Junk Mail and I still have to wade through them. Ridiculous!
Alan Rumsey commented
Cannot block partial senders address in Junk folder. Why not? When I move an email from "Junk" to inbox, I can block any words I choose in senders address. The problem is that the spam emailers keep making slight changes to their senders address, so they keep appearing in my Junk folder. If I could apply these blocks to emails that appear in "Junk" then my problems would be solved. How about it?
I can't block senders like I used to. Please restore!
Mark Hammond commented
just make block senders work again..I'm having to report as fishing to clean out junk folder
cannot find a block icon
I get spams, and can not block them????
Agreed with above, someone has way to much time on their hands.
Can't leave well enough alone!