do a better job blocking spam
why can't you block all the .host spam emails before they come in?
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Please! I have been receiving emails from a Save You saying that it knows my password and suprisingly, it was my password. I changed it immediately but I keep receiving those emails. I reported as hacking 6 to 7 times but nothing has changed. Please do something about this because, it is worrysome.
Jason Caesar commented
Block by spoofed NAME instead of spoofed e-mail address!
A Very Annoyed Doge commented
First, I'd like to *STRONGLY* suggest that the email addresses on the subscriptions tab, in Settings, to become able to be highlighted and copied; I'm getting very frustrated that this isn't a thing on a place that is a Microsoft site.
Second, I seriously want Outlook and, in turn, Microsoft to look into forwarding a rule that requires a confirmation link for email subscriptions before they can start sending nonsense, especially with the insane influx of spam this time around. Spam senders, like "departmentusa(dot)club", "vip-newletter(dot)us", and "saveyou", are becoming very annoying, and increasingly so whenever an attempt to unsubscribe is sent, and sometimes, you can't even unsubscribe at all. This requires your full attention, and I demand it, if not other people as well.
Third and finally, add a new set of actions, in the Rules tab, that relate to adding email addresses to the block and/or phishing list if they included the conditions to be considered spam, by the user and only the user. The lack of this is disappointing. Many times, sending the unwanted mail to junk and/or deleting isn't enough.
I'll let you know if there's more to add, but so far, this is as much as requested.
I keep hitting block and they keep changing the email address just enough to get thru to my inbox.....just block the entire host address....not just their email
michael wright commented
is the block button just for show same spam day after day I have other email accounts no spam is Microsoft on commission ?
So many are obviously from spam address using randomly generated email address or improper struct ed email addresses.