Could you please add the option "Block" by default for every email received?
That's a very efficient way to fight spam
Why isn't "BLOCK" an option when creating Rules? What sense does NOT offering that make?????
Lynne Taylor commented
Junke Email Folder has now lost it's Options so can't Block the ****. The ONLY o[tions are: Empty folder or Mark all as read!!!! SAo now they have to sit there 30 days until Microsoft decides to delete them which I could do today but, what's the point? they keepcoming back no matter how many rules you set up or times they have been blocked in the past. Microsoft you suck!
In the "Rules" , it's be great to have Block option ( not just Delete option) Thanks
Arme Svartis commented
As I no longer can block email entirely (so it is automaticlydeleted) I therefore use the pishing option.
In the past, like 3 days ago, I was able to check each email and block them. Firstly I would continue to received the "BLOCKED MESSAGES".. The blocking DID NOT WORK. Now when I try to block i get a box that states I can see blocked messages and yet I CAN NOT BLOCK them. What is going on???
Why does the 'block' option for emails come under the 'No spam' header? If I want to block a message, I would not first select 'No spam' as I exactly want to do the opposite. There should be a clearly visible Block option next to the No Spam option....
The block button is worthless, never stops emails. Should be fixed!
Spams around the world are becoming more and more annoying. Blocking an email address is useless now, because spammers are generating new email addresses every time.
Here are some solutions that would be much better for blocking emails :
1. Blocking by sender's name
2. Blocking by subject line
3. Blocking by IP address
Currently, you can create rules for subject line or sender's name, but those emails are still here in your deleted folders.
Élvio Saldanha commented
In the "Trash" sidebar, after opening some "trash", they should put the "Block" option outside the item "It is not junk", that is, a faster access to such a function.