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!
May I suggest to extend filter rules to allow the blocking of entire domain suffixes, e.g. *.ru because I receive too many Junk Emails every day from different addresses and domains but always from top level domain .ru.
Can you make a way for blocking spam from (example) "@(random letters).agilisaurus.site" ... the random letter is making blocking impossible from the Junk Mail setting.
Also, what does 'Reporting' do when selecting from 'Not Junk' menu? Because I'm sick of entities like one above getting thru.
BRYAN NITSO commented
how about fixing the **** options so that when you block an email they can't readd your email to their subscription list an send more spam 5 minutes after blocking them,WHEN I BLOCK SOMEONE I WANT IT TO BE PERMANENT AND NOT FUC
Block email address top-level domain
Lorna Collins commented
Your suggestions have nothging to do with the question I asked!
Clifford S commented
spam JUNK how many thousands of **** emails do i have to get. ARE YOU FING STUPID? I WANT TO BLOCK THE WHOLE DOMAIN! WHAT ARE YOU DOING? NOTHING! HOW MANY TIMES DO REPORTS HAVE TO BE FILED! CLOSED DOWN THE ENTIRE FING DOMAIN!
For the love of god, let us block by root domain. Please block icu.com
How do I block an entire domain like .icu?
I get hundreds of junk email weekly from domains that do not exist. Why? Why would your mail servers accept email from a domain that does not exist?
Please automatically check domain names before accepting an email. If the domain does not exist, send a reject response to the sender.
Ian Littlewood commented
We need more powerful filtering. I am being inundated with spam with email, "newsletter@*" and I want them to be automatically deleted but there is no ability to create such a filter. Wildcards or, better, regex support, would be a great addition.
George W commented
I want to block all (multiple spam) domain names with the extension of "icu". How do I do it??
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.
M G commented
it is so annoying to receive all of these spam emails. Making me search for a legit email. I hate to close my hotmail, but looks like i will need too.
Paul Fox commented
I recently noticed that the ability to block domains was available to me again - I was victim to a c.500 blocked domain limit a few years ago so seeing I could block more now was a welcome relief. But the method is so cumbersome and, frankly, risky: I can't just select a bunch of e-mails and click on a handy 'block domain' button as that doesn't exist. Neither can I click on the e-mails, click 'block sender' and copy the domains to paste into my junk mail settings later.
No, I have to either manually type in the domains, which risks typos so not blocking the right ones, or I have to go into each of the dodgy e-mails to copy the domains. Which risks things far worse than typos.
TL;DR a block domain button that allows us to select e-mails and block their domains en masse would be a no-brainer.
Footnote: the only reason I receive so much junk mail now is because I foolishly clicked a contest link on the MSN logout splash page years ago, when I was naive. So thanks for that too, Microsoft.
Please do much more about the constant SPAM that is flooding the hotmail inboxes. It is very annoying having the block close to 100 junk messages each day, and there is no option of just blocking the domain, This is really putting me off from using my hotmail account!
wade cruse commented
Completely block domains that send spam, even from the Junk Mail mailbox.
Larry Sarraga commented
Please offer an option to block domains vs just blocking individual senders. Spammers/scammers are using the same domains, but creating multiple accounts so blocking one sender does nothing as you simply receive the same spam/phishing email from another user with a slightly different combination of letters and numbers for a user name.