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    Donna Rosa commented  · 

    The amount of spam I received went down drastically in the last few months and I thought Microsoft finally got on top of the problem.

    I was SO wrong. Maybe the spammers got COVID, and now they're back in full force.

    Yesterday and today I'm being inundated AGAIN with the SAME spammers and the SAME subjects using the SAME email formats:

    from@(different domain every time)
    info@(different domain every time)
    newsletter.(numbers or letters)@(different domain every time)
    office@(different domain every time)

    PLEASE do something about this ****. I've tried many ways to block this stuff but nothing works. But I shouldn't have to block it because it shouldn't get into my or anyone else's mail in the first place.

    This thread is over 1 1/2 years old and people are still registering the same complaints. What are you doing?

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    Donna Rosa commented  · 

    Third time reporting this spammer, who seems newly emboldened of late. They are getting through your filters with this pattern of sender addresses, but the same tedious subject lines. This spammer was using "newsletter" to get through but that has stopped--thank you.

    You can see the (male) firstname.lastname.two letters@changedomaineverytime format.

    You know, it would be nice if you could block by subject lines. I tried blocking/filtering via keywords but your systems don't work at all. At. All.

    samuel.patterson.pv@tunedlead.com
    steven.buchanan.hz@privallo.com
    bryan.david.fa@donatingdeals.us
    jeremy.puckett.yj@webgant.us
    thomas.crane.cc@aidedentertainment.us
    brian.brooks.aw@activeza.us
    mark.england.cn@forkgatez.com
    jordan.sandoval.rj@pix-elicit.net
    matthew.mcbride.kr@corporate-garde.net
    donald.whitney.zg@get-brainey.net
    peter.patterson.ca@traverb.net
    juan.mcdaniel.hd@vlipa.us

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    Donna Rosa commented  · 

    Microsoft

    One more time....see a pattern here?

    patrick.barnes.cc@vitalgossip.eu
    carl.mack.ju@treasureality.com
    bradley.downs.og@cappinggear.eu
    david.leach.sl@colorkey.eu
    dylan.roth.gj@cosypace.com
    michael.green.gg@iscoutbreak.com
    ronald.bowen.nn@learnelia.us
    willie.lamb.ps@eventmagicxl.us
    raymond.barton.np@petalluma.com
    anthony.page.pr@nexuschief.us

    Please block this spammer. They keep changing the return address but it's the same sh** every time.

    While you're at it, this one too: mxahd@ggfdpwmlgsns.jamesrodrigoorders.club The address varies but always has jamesrodrigoorders in it.

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    Donna Rosa commented  · 

    Dear Microsoft

    Seems like you managed to block the infamous "newsletter" spammer but they found a new MO to make their spam look legit. Same spam, different email address. You can see the pattern here; can you find a way to block it? Thanks

    billy.cohen.be@touch-glance.net
    wayne.gallagher.za@brightclimb.us
    nathan.snow.rs@gozivo.us
    randy.sawyer.dy@clipperish.eu
    aaron.mason.ag@cellinspirio.eu
    james.poole.zd@handy-minimalist.eu
    keith.lane.wp@cornerapparel.eu

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    Donna Rosa commented  · 

    Microsoft:

    The "newsletter" spammer in back in full force. They used to send emails like newsletter@(change domain every time).com or .whatever. Now they are sending emails with addresses like this:

    newsletter.ciwcqoxgilwckuf.9@vendozine.net
    newsletter.axjgcxvffpvmqbb.eollwsnchu@bamboocub.us
    newsletter.9lec.ypvqogu9@trendprimo.us
    newsletter.pqu1x27p1.wbp3@velnovak.com
    newsletter.hnc2tknx6x10f.naaq@namenza.us
    newsletter.peyvbofomdofmqn.atspsebkcy@datatoxic.us
    newsletter.nrnjkdezmjawyog.3q@bytewhiz.us

    Just a sampling from today's sh**. The subject lines are the same as when it was just "newsletter@..." Please block these people once and for all.

    PS: the spam problem has improved somewhat, but still needs a lot of work as too much is still coming in. Plus a lot more non-spam comes to my junk folder now, even if I repeatedly mark it as safe. Your algorithm isn't learning. And many times email correctly comes to my inbox, but after an hour or two it mysteriously moves to junk!

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    Donna Rosa commented  · 

    I've been following this thread for awhile now, and I didn't think the spam could get any worse. Uh, it has. WAY worse. Every few minutes more **** appears.

    The spammers now aren't even attempting to make their junk look like legit email. I don't know why it's even getting to our spam folders.

    Can you PLEASE block info@(random numbers and letters).de? Many other here have complained about this .de spammer.

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    Donna Rosa commented  · 

    Please block spammer using from@(change domain every time).com. Really annoying.

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    Donna Rosa commented  · 

    Obnoxious spammer newsletter@(change domain every time) is now using .pw as the extension. Can you please block these people once and for all?

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    Donna Rosa commented  · 

    Constant spammer "newsletter@(change domain every time)" is now using .space as the extension. They change from .xyz to .com to .info etc.. Worst offender. Please block these people.

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    Donna Rosa commented  · 

    Micosoft: spammer newsletter@(change domain every time) now using .space as the extension. Please find a way to block them. They change the extension about every week or so. This is the worse offender ever because it looks like a valid address and subject.

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    Donna Rosa commented  · 

    This is a comment for Microsoft, may not be worth posting on the forum, just FYI. I and several others have commented about a relentless spammer whose emails always have newsletter@(change domain every time).

    They were using .xyz as the extension, then .com, and now it's .info. They are relentless, especially on weekends. Not sure if you somehow got after them and they just changed the extension, or if they did so on their own. They use the same few subject lines, and it is impossible to block them.

    I hope you're developing a better spam blocker, as the setup now is completely useless and you have a lot of irate customers, myself included.

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    Donna Rosa commented  · 

    So this has been under review since August 26, 2019? Seriously, you don't know how to block spam now? It used to be fine. We are telling you the repeat offenders (for me it's newsletter@ (fill in a domain).us plus others) and still nothing is done. C'mon, it can't be that hard. Google does it.

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    Donna Rosa commented  · 

    Microsoft, we're all frustrated here because you are not responding or acknowledging our very valid complaints. The situation gets worse each day. Are you doing anything about it? Are you not able to fix it? Is some sort of fix in the works? At least let us know what's going on. After all, I'm paying money for my email service.

    While you're continually antagonizing your customers, I'm very sure you don't want this spam flooding your servers either. Which makes me wonder why the silence.

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    Donna Rosa commented  · 

    Just to reiterate a comment from a previous respondent today, the spammer using newsletter@(domain).icu who then changed to newsletter@(domain).xyz is now using newsletter@(domain).email. Can't you people figure out how to block these people? All they do is change the extension and they're off spamming again.

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    Donna Rosa commented  · 

    Dear Microsoft

    I previously posted that a spammer is using newsletter@(domain).icu where the domain changes every time, so blocking is futile. Other posters have indicated the same.

    That has now stopped and they are using newsletter@(domain).xyz. Same **** different day. Please shut them down or develop a better blocker. If you need more info I'd be happy to provide.

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    Donna Rosa commented  · 

    Microsoft, can you please at least give us a comment or indication that you're working on this? Pretty rude to ignore all these customers who have a legitimate complaint. It's the silence that irritates us.

    Here's a clue for you. My spam is all coming from the same source. They use "newsletter@domain.icu, where the domain changes with every email so they cannot be blocked by your system. But it seems the ability to block has been disabled without you telling us, either.

    Surely you're smarter than the spammers, right?

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    Donna Rosa commented  · 

    What the heck is up with all the spam lately, Microsoft? It started a few weeks ago and it gets worse every day. It comes in with the same subject line but different domains each time, so blocking does nothing.

    Please DO something!!!!!

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    Donna Rosa commented  · 

    Microsoft, can you please block domains labeltogo.ddns.net and bgreatconsulting.com? I have them on my block list but they are still getting through. They spam me multiple times every single day.

    Another one is perhaps more difficult. The domain is (random letters).jamesrodrigoorders.club. They change the first part of the domain and sender each time, but it always looks something like : euvak@hgexgprueznt.jamesrodrigoorders.club. Again, repeat offenders for a long time now.

    Thanks--

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    Donna Rosa commented  · 

    Just want to add my voice to those who have reported that labeltogo.ddns.net is not being blocked even though I've tried to block it several times. They are also using
    🗻🗻🗻🗻@labeltogo.ddns.net as their address so it may be messing with your filters. Thanks

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    Donna Rosa commented  · 

    Microsoft: Since your spam blocking systems are woefully inadequate, can you at least make it easy for us to block a domain?

    It's easy to block a full address right from my mailbox, but to block just the domain I have to go to settings and manually enter the domain to block it. Thanks--

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    Donna Rosa commented  · 

    I just discovered something that may be of interest both to users and Microsoft. Not sure you all are aware of this.

    If you go to your Settings, then Subscriptions, check your subscription list. I found a bunch of spammer addresses there and I most certainly did not subscribe to them. Never even opened them.

    Even if you don't open the emails, they seem to be able to get added to your subscription list so they will always get through.

    Users: you can unsubscribe, but don't do that as it will go back to the spammer. You also have the option to block the addresses, but of course the spammers just change the addresses, so it doesn't do much.

    Microsoft: I noticed that at the top of my subscription list there are 3 blank lines that don't show the spammers' addresses. I believe these are linked to the notorious newsletter@(change domain name every time).com or .us or .xyz that relentlessly assaults my mailbox. If I block them they just come back with the next email, as they change the domain name each time. Please figure out a way to stop this from happening. I would be happy to send a screen shot or provide more info if needed.

    Hope this helps.

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    I've had emails that correctly went to my inbox and I came back later only to find they had been moved to the junk folder, not by me! WTF?

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