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!
Great idea to block upper level domains like .xyz and .ru! Probably won't happen since it would reduce Microsoft's click counts.
Janos Kovesdi commented
Majority of my junk mail (100+ / day) comes from .xyz domains...
please let us block domains.... I want to block ALL emails coming from .xyz
Guy T Phillips commented
What's up with 'appsot.com'? The majority of my spam seems to come from that one site. I block way too many of their emails every day, and would love to read a permanent fix.
Please block all email from .xyz domain. Please!!!!
I use the "block domain" option in settings and the same domain gets through every day, multiple times per day. It's a joke. Does not work.
A related request: I would like the option to add a domain to safe senders from the inbox.
They need to add options to not only block domains but TOP LEVEL DOMAINS aka the dot part like .tk .xyz .biz .us .jp to fully block and still give the option just in case to add an email address you might need from a TLD that is being blocked to the safe senders list.
This continues to be an issue. I keep blocking both senders and their domain, but I still get A LOT of spam from them.
A site is bypassing the filtering rules by changing the "sender" of messages, I can't simply use the email address it comes from, but must put in each individual person supposedly sending me a message from that site (though in fact it's just that site reminding me there's a message I need to read on their website to see).
What I want to be able to do is use the email address from which it is coming, whichever sender it is given as, in order to filter it into some message notification folder, and not have it gum up my inbox. Could be regular expressions, could be an option to take any sender from that address, but it is otherwise very easy for people to bypass filtering rules.
NOT BLOCKED no matter what you do.
Why is everything from domains vertical-af and webregismaster.com getting through all the Junk email filters. No matter how many rules created or blocking attempts, they change how they send the emails and are getting through to the inbox (hundreds of graphic emails..Since yesterday 1/18/2020) Can someone please fix the Outlook filters and block these domains!
Helen Insinger commented
I can't block emails from ihindia.com HELP!!
James King commented
Please add an option to send items directly to delete folder based on the email domain and add the ability to include wild card characters.
Paul Kuijper commented
I keep getting e-mails in my inbox from blocked domains. It is clearly spam, but even with the blocked domain it is delivered directly to my inbox instead of the spam folder. It would be great if e-mails from blocked domains are actually blocked.
A lot of spam from randomly generated domains like xyz.website.com. Blocking "website.com" doesn't work, so it would be nice to have the option to block *.website.com instead.
If all subdomains from any spammer could be easily blocked (@**.domain.com), users could massively clear up spam.
Kenneth Gafa commented
Please add the option to Block also a Domain (not just a specific e-mail address) in the "Spam" dropdown list on outlook.com. Thanks.
Pradeep Sharma commented
I have been flooded with spam & unwarranted **** mail from appspot.com. Blocking these does not seem to work.
The mail IDs read like this"firstname.lastname@example.org"
appspot spam e mals and appspot domain problem. Receiving around 30 spam emails from pornographic site per day . Please block this domain which only ever sends adult content. I am concerned my children might see this.
Please improve your spam reporting.
At present it is not very user-friendly on PC and non-existent on iPad
Even "blocking" domains does not work as I get multiple emails from same company, even though they are on my blocked senders list