Senders and Domains blocking. Good change!!!
The modification to the handling of the senders or domains blocking I like very much. Thanks
I see no change in the way you block senders and domains. I still have the same domains coming into my account that I did a year and a half ago. The problem I see is Outlook needs to give each email user the ability to block the domains, stop dumping block emails every 14 days or so and start being part of the solution and not the problem. Right now I am receiving someone else's spam emails. How do I know this? BECAUSE MY EMAIL ADDRESS OR MY NAME IS NOT ON THESE EMAILS. Give me a break and fix it so I can do the job Outlook will not or can not do.
Ted Simmerman commented
There MUST be a tool for SPAM MANAGEMENT - Advanced spam mechanisms including the ability for users to directly Block Senders, Block Domains or Block an entire suffix of domains
the junk>block pull down had an option to select either the entire email address or the domain. It seems to have stopped working several weeks ago and now you only get the option to block the entire address (as it used to be). It is a royal PIA to have to make edits to the blocked senders list to add domains only. Please restore a great feature and it would be even better if it filtered out dupes.
here we go again blocked several times but still shows up 5RJSC.âï¸âï¸@prismdeal.com why are these scam emails
not being blocked
When reporting a phishing scam email it should block the sender & there should be an additional option to block the domain as well
I E commented
Please add an option to block any email with a"String" we define that will be in the email subject or the email address. For example, "Viagra" all emails with this string will be blocked.
Curt Blackburn commented
Selecting "Block all messages from" <domain name> adds both the email address and the domain to "Blocked Senders". Do not add the address too when the domain is selected.
Guillaume DEVAUX commented
It's written "Bloquez tous les messages de XX, YY et autres adresses 3.".
It should be instead : "Bloquez tous les messages de XX, YY et 3 autres adresses."
Adding a safe domain (or blocking a domain) should also include any sub-domains.
Not effective. Need to automatically block domains that generate spam using automatic software!
They need to allow us to block domains that send phishing emails (daily or even more often) with slight alterations of their domain names but leaving the basic suffix of the domain name the same. If we were permitted to put in a wildcard (*) after the @ we could block them ourselves.
Warren Palken commented
domain nameS not blocked!!!!!!!!!!!!!
FIX THIS awful spam
Block just the domain kind: caregiveraction.org