Need a "block domain" option from Inbox.
Please give us the option of one click to select the "block domain" option from our Inbox. Thanks!
Jimmie Richardson commented
If ever we needed a block domain feature, that time is now. Please, MSN , give us what we need.
IS this not obvious?
Where's the feature ?
Please BLOCK emails coming from .xyz doain! Everyday aggrevating.
Under review for over a year? I had 10 messages today from the domain I want to block...
Jose Garcia commented
What needs to be done for Outlook to offer again the rule to be able to block the domain?. A class action sue?.
If that option was available before, why it was taken out? Because money given for it to happen?
Put back the option please. Enough is enough.
here this might help with the review...and speed the process. below just a very small ample pool
Seana O'Hare commented
BINGO! It's always about follow the money...customers be damned. Since MS clearly has the technical expertise to effectively block SPAM, there must be a kickback or some other financial incentive to the company for allowing all that junk to clutter our inboxes daily. Is there more revenue in the SPAM ads than from our product subscription fees?
I have a suggestion on getting rid of spam emails from coming into a user's account. I want to block all spam emails by domain as a group. An example would be: I want to block ALL unwanted emails that end in .com. HOW DO I DO THAT? TELL ME HOW.
Bring back the "Block domain" checkbox to the block emails confirmation pop-up window.
Wassim Almansour commented
Please offer a "Block Domain" option for junk emails. I get hundreds of email from fake addresses and when I block them Outlook blocks the specific email address which is clearly randomly generated. I would like this to be a message-level option and not an option buried down in the settings.
Steve w commented
Could it be possible that the rocket scientists running Outlook.com can't figure a way to block the servers that host the junk domains .xyz, .us etc that are flooding our acciunts? I think they just don't care about their subscribers!!!
Microsoft Bad commented
I've been asking for this FOR YEARS!!! Makes me wonder if Ms is getting a KickBack for letting it through.
Bob Dayvault commented
there is ablock the country that seems to work.
Marko Aro commented
Allmost all of spam comes from @7shoping.club and you cannot block that! Why?
Put back the option to block entire domain of spam emails instead of individual addresses.
You should add a funciton to ban domain,not just take some bad email to spam folder!!!
This was a fantastic features that helped cut down the endless stream of spam coming in. I received hundreds of spam messages from various appspot.com domains. Google doesn't care and is making money off the spammers. Blocking the domain cut my incoming spam from hundreds of per day to nearly zero. Now I'm back to having to deal with the flood of spam again.
Outlook O365 recently added Block Domain - and now it's gone! Right-click the email in the Inbox listing, from the large pop-up list select Block, and there was a box you could check that would block the domain of the email. Today, that option is GONE! PLEASE bring it back!!! The Microsoft email filters let WAY TOO much spam in, and that has been very helpful in keeping my Inbox just a little bit cleaner!
This was a great featuree that seems to have now been removed. It needed to be taken one step further where when you chose to block a domain, it should automatically delete all emails in your mailbox with that domain name.
I would block a domain and the have to manually select another 20 emails for deletion.
moonfaker.com should be deleted. sending nothing but spam