Automatically block sender and ip when message is marked Phishing
Microsoft's software engineers are smart enough to make this simple line of code happen - Automatically block sender and ip when message is marked Phishing, so that users' junk boxes don't get unmanageable by the quantity of junk that gets through. The time it takes to look up the sender data, copy the ip and paste it into the blocked sender panel just gets too long when you are dealing with 20+ junk messages at a time.
I can say this line should be true: "Microsoft's software engineers are smart enough to make this simple line of code happen...." Yet I think the fact is in question of whether they (Microsoft) really want to help stop the problem. I agree this should be simple, but I don't know how many letters I get from Outlook support saying, These spammers have figured a way to fool the servers and send spam at will. Yet I have seen instances of people asking for help and there is no response. The drop down that asks users to mark unwanted emails as phishing and then ask them to block them, DOES NOT WORK TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM. If this solved the problem I would want it. Yet there are over 4 billion+ IP addresses and spammers change IP addresses at will. The drop down only does one email at a time and then it is only for the email@example.com
and not the domains .com, .us, or .xyz. I have lots of unwanted email addresses and dates they are blocked. That is why I know what I have blocked and what domains come back day after day, month after month year after year. Microsoft or Outlook I don't care who does it. Let's get someone who can code or someone who will okay a tool to block the domain of unwanted emails and give it to users to determine on their own if this domain needs to be blocked.
I would think whoever should fear a user of Outlook or Microsoft getting scammed by accidentally clicking on a unwanted email and having their privacy and safety compromised. Things could be so simple, yet this process is slow and cumbersome.