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    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    It's not going to get any better people ... MS doesn't care. The paid version with Office365 is the same as far as outlook.com is concerned.

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    Coincidence? … Ever since MS bought Skype in 2011 the number of breaches, hacks, info leaks and junk mail has been steadily increasing on anything related to MS. When MS bought LinkedIn in 2016 the amount of info leaks, junk mail and ID theft seemed to almost double. ... Coincidence? ... When MS bought Github in 2018, which is supposed to be ‘the world's largest community of developers for discovering, sharing, and building better software’, the amount of info leaks, junk mail and ID theft has increased to ‘inundating’ proportions. ... Coincidence? ... You would think that with all this ‘so-called’ talent that MS could come up with a decent email software program but instead they seem to be fixated on a useless POS program like Outlook.com. I think that the last MS breach/hack into MS is actually 10X worse that the Equifax data breach and that MS is in a coverup, CYA mode about the currrent deluge of OBVIOS spam/phishing emails that the users of Outlook.com are experiencing. There are too many 'coincidences', including no responses/replies at all from MS, about the current Outlook.com problem, that point to possible collusion and/or joint efforts between MS and the spam/phishing emails perps themselves. AmazonAWS and Amazonses appear to also be hugh contibuters to the huge increase in these spam/phishing emails. ... Coincidence? ...

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    Since MS either can't stop this BS or most likely they just don't care, and since it is affecting both the free AND the paid versions of Outlook.com, our company, for the last three weeks is/has been FORWARDING EVERY ONE of these spam/phishing emails that have/are showing daily up in the junk file (which is now over 600 of them so far) to: uce@ftc.(gov, spam@uce.gov, askdoj@usdoj.com, our State Consumer Protection Division, bill.gates@microsoft.com, bill.gates@gatesfoundation.org and phishing@gatesfoundation.org for further investigation. If you don't want to mess with reporting to all the above addresses, start with spam@uce.gov ( info is at https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0038-spam )

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    Just this week alone, the inundation of over 100 spam/phishing BS emails per day has gone from newsletter@(???).ICU to newsletter@(???).XYZ and as of 2 days ago is now newsletter@(???).EMAIL ... I'll reiterate once again: Do you MS/Outlook.com geniuses have any idea what the he!! is going on? From the lack of any responses and the useless so-called fixes from you, I would suspect the answer is no. FYI, EVERY TIME THAT YOU SUPPOSEDLY STOP one of these spam/phishing maggots, they INSTANTLY change the (???).domain (the same 'parroted' BS with a different Newsletter@(???).domain and IP) and it starts all over again WITHIN HOURS, increases twofold each and every day after that and appears to be self-replicating any time you change something; it's as if someone working for you is CONSPIRING with the perpetrators and intentionally sabotaging/bypassing your so-called fixes; Either that or your servers have been hacked once again OR MOST LIKELY, they were never cleaned up from the last hack into MS. FOR THE HUNDRETH TIME: WE NEED TO BE ABLE TO BLOCK ENTIRE TOP LEVEL DOMAINS 'BEFORE' THEY GET INTO THE JUNK FOLDER, not afterwards; IT SHOULD BE OUR CHOICE, NOT YOURS. Why is this so hard for you geniuses to figure out? ... BTW - many of the same spam/phishing emails are still automatically being added to the subscriptions list over and over again; even some that aren't even showing up in the junk folder.

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    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    The amount of OBVIUOS spam/phishing emails has been increasing by at least 20% daily for the last four weeks. Just this week alone, the inundation of over 150 spam/phishing BS emails per day has gone from newsletter@(???).ICU to newsletter@(???).XYZ and as of 3 days ago is now newsletter@(???).EMAIL .. PLUS now the APPSPOT spam is showing up mixed in with the rest of the BS. ... I'll reiterate once again: Do you MS/Outlook.com geniuses have any idea what the he!! is going on? From the lack of any responses and the useless so-called fixes from you, I would suspect the answer is no. FYI, EVERY TIME THAT YOU SUPPOSEDLY STOP one of these spam/phishing maggots, they INSTANTLY change the (???).domain and it starts all over again WITHIN HOURS, increases twofold each and every day after that and appears to be self-replicating any time you change something; it's as if someone working for you is CONSPIRING with the perpetrators and intentionally sabotaging/bypassing your so-called fixes; Either that, or your servers have been hacked once again OR MOST LIKELY, they were never cleaned up from the last hack into MS. FOR THE HUNDRETH TIME: WE NEED TO BE ABLE TO BLOCK ENTIRE TOP LEVEL DOMAINS 'BEFORE' THEY GET INTO THE JUNK FOLDER, not afterwards; IT SHOULD BE OUR CHOICE, NOT YOURS. Why is this so hard for you geniuses to figure out? ... BTW - many of the same spam/phishing emails are still automatically being added to the subscriptions list over and over again; even some that aren't even showing up in the junk folder.

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    I'll reiterate once again: Do you MS/Outlook.com geniuses have any idea what the he!! is going on? From the lack of any responses or fixes from you, I would suspect the answer is no. FYI, EVERY TIME THAT YOU SUPPOSEDLY STOP one of these spam/phishing maggots, they INSTANTLY change the (???).domain and it starts all over again WITHIN HOURS, increases twofold each and every day after that and appears to be self-replicating any time you change something; it's as if someone working for you is CONSPIRING with the perpetrators and intentionally sabotaging/bypassing your so-called fixes; Either that or your servers have been hacked once again OR MOST LIKELY, they were never cleaned up from the last hack into MS. FOR THE HUNDRETH TIME: WE NEED TO BE ABLE TO BLOCK ENTIRE TOP LEVEL DOMAINS 'BEFORE' THEY GET INTO THE JUNK FOLDER, not afterwards; IT SHOULD BE OUR CHOICE, NOT YOURS. Why is this so hard for you geniuses to figure out? ... BTW - many of the same spam/phishing emails are still automatically being added to the subscriptions list over and over again; even some that aren't even showing up in the junk folder.

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    The score is now 0 to 560 = MS/Outlook.com 0 - Spammers/Phishers - 560 ... the 560 score is the number of 'OBVIOUS' spam/phishing emails that have ended up in the junk folder in just the last 3 1/2 days. I will now reiterate: Just this week alone, the inundation of spam/phishing BS emails has gone from newsletter@(???).ICU to newsletter@(???).XYZ and as of this morning now to newsletter@(???).EMAIL ... MS, every time that you supposedly stop one, the spammers INSTANTLY change the (???).domain and it starts all over again WITHIN HOURS, increases twofold each and every day after that and appears to be self-replicating; it's as if someone working for you is CONSPIRING with the perpetrators and intentionally sabotaging/bypassing your so-called fixes. FOR THE HUNDRETH TIME: WE NEED TO BE ABLE TO BLOCK ENTIRE TOP LEVEL DOMAINS 'BEFORE' THEY GET INTO THE JUNK FOLDER, not afterwards; IT SHOULD BE OUR CHOICE, NOT YOURS. Why is this so hard for you geniuses to figure out? ... BTW - many of the same spam/phishing emails are still automatically being added to the subscriptions list over and over again.

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    Just this week alone, the inundation of spam/phishing BS emails has gone from newsletter@(???).ICU to newsletter@(???).XYZ and as of this morning now to newsletter@(???).EMAIL ... MS, every time that you supposedly stop one, the spammers INSTANTLY change the (???).domain and it starts all over again WITHIN HOURS; it's as if someone working for you is CONSPIRING with the perpetrators and intentionally sabotaging/bypassing your so-called fixes. FOR THE HUNDRETH TIME: WE NEED TO BE ABLE TO BLOCK ENTIRE TOP LEVEL DOMAINS 'BEFORE' THEY GET INTO THE JUNK FOLDER, not afterwards; IT SHOULD BE OUR CHOICE, NOT YOURS. Why is this so hard for you geniuses to figure out? ... BTW - some of the spam/phishing emails are still automatically being added to the subscriptions list.

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    The slipshoddiness, incompetence, ineptitude, or what ever you want to call it, of Outlook.com's so-called support and IT capabilities has gone from simply perplexing to total and incomprehensible maladroitness in a matter of a few months. Either MS/Outlook.com isn't listening, can't comprehend what is being said or just don't care. Which is it MS? There is no reason for the 100+ daily of these OBVIOUS 'parroted' BS spam/phishing emails from newsletter@(username).xyz to be going into the junk folder instead of the deleted folder. If you can't control it, give us the tools to work with and let us control it ourselves. What are you afraid of? If you can't figure it out, 'pirate' some competent personnel from Apple, Google, SAP, IBM or Oracle - they don't seem to have any of these problems and when they do, unlike you people, they have it cleared up in no time.

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    A lot of the emails that are automatically going into the junk folder are hosted by Amazon Web Services, AKA AWS ... If you want to see who, what,where, when and how, go into the 'view message source' for the email in question, copy the IP address of the sender, type or copy and paste the senders IP address in the search field at https://www.arin.net ... it will give all the information you need to report the abuse; in the case of Amazon AWS it's abuse@amazonaws.com. Most of the other BS is hosted by euro.net, rt.ru, and many other European servers including MS euro servers. After tracking them down you may notice a high probability of possible collusion between MS and Amazon as well as other European partners.

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    Surprise, Surprise ... It appears that Outlook.com has figured out the newsletter@(username).ICU spam/phishing problem (there were no emails from the .icu domain this morning) ... HOWEVER, (nothing has really changed or been solved) - the emails are now just as bad as before - the spam/phishing is NOW COMING IN AS newsletter@(username).XYZ - INSTEAD OF newsletter@(username).ICU. It's still 10 to 20 per hour over and over again ... same BS topics every time, same sender(s), but now the domains are newsletter@(username).XYZ ... AS BEFORE, the only things that change is the 'user name' and the IP it's coming from and NOW the spammers/phishers HAVE CHANGED the domain from .ICU to .XYZ so, MS, what ever fix you came up with for the .icu problem is totally ineffective for the overall problem. It appears that MS/Outlook.com still don't have a clue as to the cause of the inundation of these BS emails. Can you people at MS/Outlook.com read? WE NEED TO BE ABLE TO BLOCK ENTIRE TOP LEVEL DOMAINS 'BEFORE' THEY GET INTO THE JUNK FOLDER, not afterwards (IT SHOULD BE OUR CHOICE, NOT YOURS).. Why is this so hard for you geniuses to figure out? ... BTW - most of the spam/phishing emails still end up automatically in the subscriptions list.

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    This Outlook so-called feedback is a joke. It appears to be nothing more than a temporary pacification ploy on their part. ... It's up to 10 to 20 per hour now ... same BS topics every time, same sender(s), newsletter@(username).icu ... the only thing that changes is the 'user name' and the IP it's coming from. The more of them you mark as phishing, the more you'll receive of the same thing the next day. It makes no difference in the free or the paid versions of outlook.com. Either MS is making money from this BS, or the entire outlook.com support staff are total ignoramuses, or the MS servers are infected with a virus of some sort or MS just doesn't give a rats a$$ - my guess is all four and that MS is in a cover their a$$ mode to avoid lawsuits or state and federal investigations which are rumored to be already in process. It's interesting that MS hasn't responded to anyone, including the media about this problem. Maybe it's time for their 'victims' to notify the media about this consumer abuse and possible fraud instead of voicing it on here . The MS terms of use policies read like 'if you don't like it, go somewhere else but make sure you pay your bill', AKA LLC (Limited Liability Corruption)

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    186 spam/phishing emails showed up in the junk folder in the last 36 hours ... every one has been forwarded to uce@ftc.gov, spam@uce.gov, askdoj@usdoj.com and the FL state Consumer Protection Division as well as bill.gates@microsoft.com. ... bill.gates@gatesfoundation.org and phishing@gatesfoundation.org. Any bets it won't make a bit of difference unless it affects the profits of their corporate owners. They just don't give a ****.

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    For each email in your junk folder that you mark as phishing, you will receive two of the same the very next day ... same BS senders everyday. We are now receiving well over 100 per day as of late. The only thing that changes in the senders email address is their user names and IP addresses, everything else in the emails is the same parroted BS over and over again. We are now using outlook.com as nothing more than a 'honey bucket' storage area for our @.outlook.com, @.live, @.hotmail, @passport and @.msn addresses for use by the FTC, FCC and various other state and federal agencies in their investigation into the reason for the inundation of ordure emails that the so-called professionals at MS can't seem to stop.

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    Posting anything on here is a total waste of time. It's apparent that MS has no clue as to what the people are trying to tell them and that they have no idea what the problem is. As they consistently prove every day with their limited responses of the same old parroted BS, they are the most ignorant, incompetent people on this earth and they really just don't give a ****.

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    There is now some spam/phishing emails that used to show up in both the junk folder and the subscription lists that are now showing up in duplicate only in the subscription list and not in the junk folder. The amount of spam/phishing that shows up in the junk folder doubles daily, same BS subjects with the domain ending in .icu but, as usual, each one has a different username which means no way to block unless the entire domain of .icu can be blocked. MS - it can't be that hard ... We can block entire domains in the other six email providers that we now have with a simple *.domain; i.e. *.icu, *.xyz, *.club, etc. It can't be that hard Microsoft unless your servers are infected and you don't have the competence to fix them and/or balls to tell anyone about it. Which is it ... from the looks of the tracking info on the headers, many of these spams/phishing emails appear as if they originate on your own servers. Our IT people are now working with the FTC, FCC and various other state and federal agencies to find out the exact origination of these emails. With all the ad blockers now being used out there, is this a new way for MS to force users to at least glance at the 'propaganda' so you can increase your revenues?

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    The MS servers were the victims of a MAJOR hack some time ago. According to several MS employees in their corporate office, MS has no idea how to fix it without a major revamp of some kind and is only in a cover their a$$ mode which most likely accounts for their non-responsive attitude. Email addresses as well as passwords and other personal info were compromised, stolen and have been/are now being used and exploited throughout the web. You may want to change your email address and especially all of your passwords that are/were used in conjunction with any of the MS emails; live.com, hotmail.com, outlook.com and msn.com email addresses. We only have four more major contacts that are still using our msn.com email address and as soon as they update the info we are permanently out of here, including the Office subscriptions.

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    This inundation of the junk folder is happening in both the free and paid versions of outlook.com, including the MS Office subscriptions. The entire .icu domain needs to be able to be blocked. Why is so hard for MS/outlook.com to stop the ever increasing amount of spam/phishing emails coming from the .icu domain that fills up the junk folder by the hundreds every day? A simple rule such as *.icu, for those who wish to use it, FOR THE JUNK FOLDER to automatically delete the .icu garbage IN THE JUNK FOLDER would be so simple and beneficial to those of us that do not want this **** to be continually going into the junk folder. We have checked 9 other email servicesd and none of them have this problem - it appears to be a problem that is isolated ONLY to Outlook.com . Why? There are only three possibilities for this problem; either MS is profiting in some way from the inundation of this junk, their servers have been hacked or they are totally incompetent. It's not that hard to fix and I would guess that it is incompetence. Unfortunatley MS is very well known for all three.

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    We were right ... we commented on here yesterday and sure as Hades, all the ones that we blocked and marked as spam/phishing came right back two fold; we received 25+ of the same spam/phishing emails 'more than normal' today, just in the first 4 hours this morning. It is now well over 125 per day. We forwarded every one of them to uce@ftc.gov, spam@uce.gov, askdoj@usdoj.com and our state Consumer Protection Division. Sometimes the .gov addresses are so inundated with the incoming emails that they won't go through. If this happens to you, just wait a while and resend. It may not do any good since Microsoft is one of the 'owners' of our government but it will make you feel a little better. We are now using our msn email address for what it appears that MS designed it for - a malfunctioning cesspit. You can bet that Bill Gates doesn't have to put with this on any of his email addresses ... bill.gates@microsoft.com. ... bill.gates@gatesfoundation.org ... phishing@gatesfoundation.org ... To learn how to Submit spam, non-spam, and phishing scam messages to Microsoft for analysis go to ; https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/office365/securitycompliance/submit-spam-non-spam-and-phishing-scam-messages-to-microsoft-for-analysis and to Report junk email and phishing scams in Outlook on the web, go to; https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/office365/securitycompliance/report-junk-email-and-phishing-scams-in-outlook-on-the-web-eop - Good Luck

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    As Anita said previously ... File a formal complaint with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission. It's quick and easy. Also forward every spam email to uce@ftc.gov. and/or spam@uce.gov Microsoft is not going to "fix" this. We have to.

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    We have been forwarding 60 to 100 emails a day that show up in our outlook.com junk folder to a different email service which in turn we have preset to automatically forward them to the FCC, the FTC and our state Consumer Protection Division which has specific enforcement authority and interest in misleading advertising and deceptive trade practices which is what they said this junk problem appears to be.

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    None of this will stop until Outlook.com gives their customers rules that actually work, 'especially for the junk folder' and subscription page. It's the same amount of abusive junk in both the frese and paid versions of outlook.com. It's apparent that MS doesn't give a **** about the comments. You may notice that each time you block anything and/or mark anything as spam, phishing , etc. the amount of ordure that shows up in your junk and subscriptions folders and the amount of junk increases twofold the next day. Rumors from several of MS employees at their Sunnyvale, CA. headquarters has it that because of all the ad blocking addins that people are now using that MS is utilizing the junk folder to circumvent the blockers and are using it as a new way to 'force' people to notice the ads so as to increase MS's revenue while 'legally' covering their a$$es at the same time. Since I started commenting on here, the amount of of spam and phishing in the junk folder has grown to over 100 per day and after this comment it will increase by at least 20 tomorrow.

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    The company I work for and several others have contacted the FTC's Bureau of Consumer Protection ... evidently they have had many other complaints about MS/outlook.com on this very same problem. They have requested of these companies that all further emails of this sort be filed as a complaint and recorded for future reference. It appears that the FTC's Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, Division of Advertising Practices, Division of Marketing Practices and Division Enforcement are now looking into this very problem. Individuals also can file complaints with the FTC, FCC and the CFPB depending on how this problem is affecting you. As I said on Aug 19th & 20th, be prepared to receive at least twice as much spam/phishing in you junk folders the following day and there after each time you make a comment on here.

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    It appears that my comment from August 19, 2019 21:31 stating that the amount of spam/phishing emails that you get will at least double the following day and continue to increase thereafter when you make a comment on this site. It's been a day and it has doubled - mostly from the .icu domains plus the amazonses and amazonaws phishing/spams have increased as well. It is now quite obvious that this inundation of phishing/spam emails is a coordinated 'premeditated' besiegement between MS , Outlook.com and the originating phishing/spams perps. My company recently opened new email accounts with nine other email providers and none of them have this problem, so either MS doesn't give a @$#% or they have found a new way to manipulate and control their users for some other type of planned 'upcoming' profit centers.

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    I'm wondering if anyone else has noticed that if/when you make a comment on this site, the amount of spam/phishing that you get will at least double the following day and continue to increase thereafter. Coincidence? I don't think so. Looks more like a form of consumer fraud or possibly even a conspiracy of some sort between MS, Outlook.com and the perps sending the span/phishing emails. The company I work for has already switched over 100 email accounts to another email provider and is discussing getting rid of the MS accounts all together, the Windows platform itself, as well as any other MS services, including Office. It appears to make no difference as to free and/or paid versions - both are getting what appears to be a 'premeditated' besiegement of spam/phishing email.

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    The amount of .icu spam is increasing everyday and Outlook.com doesn't seem to care. Other email providers are using a wild card blocking of @*.icu to block all spam/phishing and have it automatically go into the deleted folder rather than going into the junk folder. Outlook could do the same thing if they wanted to, which obviously they don't - most likely they have an income source from these people and to **** with their customers. For what it's worth, .icu is one of the newer generic Top Level Domains (gTLD) and is owned and managed by ShortDot SA (nic.icu is a co-conspirator) and the icu domains can be had for anywhere from $1-$2 a year. The other cheap gTLDs include .club, .online, .live, shop, .site, .xyz and others which you already know is where 90% of your spam/phishing comes from. ShortDot SA is located in the country of Luxembourg which is well known for financials and money laundering capabilities and I'd bet is most likely a 'partner profit center' of MS. I doubt if it would do any good, but you try to lodge complaints with icann.org which supposedly is responsible for coordinating the maintenance and procedures of several databases related to the namespaces and numerical spaces of the Internet, ensuring the network's stable and secure operation.

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    No other email provider is experiencing a problem of this proportion ... there are only two reasons that this is happening on outlook.com; either the ms/outlook.com so-called team is totally 'incompetent' or they are 'intentionally promoting' these phishing/junk mails so as to increase some form of revenue. There are no other legitimate reasons for this plague/epidemic of 'obvious' phishing/junk emails to be going on for this long, all of which should be auto deleted and not be going into the junk folder. It is also occurring with the paid subscriptions so MS will not only be loosing a lot of email users but many Office subscribers also.

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    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    The newsletter@**.icu junk emails used to show up by the hundreds mainly on weekdays with only a few on the weekends - They are now coming in by the hundreds on the weekends also. It appears that any of these emails that you mark as junk and/or phishing and then delete will replicate themselves and reappear a short time later in duplicate and triplicate; the same content but with different names before the .icu sender address. As I and others have said before, it's quite obvious that Microsoft is part of, if not all of, the problem. No other email service is experiencing this problem. As was suggested by another user elsewhere on here, we have changed all of our effected msn email addresses with our clientele to addresses from a different email provider. It took some time and a lot of work but has already paid off - no more email problems of this type. We are keeping the so-called usable .msn email addresses and Outlook/MS is welcome to store all this jink on their servers for as long as they like. Our investigative IT people will check them each day so as to keep them active, to see if anything has changed and to track and record any and all info on each one of them for possible future action.

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    The newsletter@**.icu is now coming in at over 100 a day. They are also ending up in the subscriptions after they are marked as phishing and deleted. It's obvious that Microsoft is part of, if not all of, the problem. No other email service is experiencing this. The company that I work for has said that they are now going to drop all 150 of their MS accounts, including Office.

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    The newsletter@*.us spam/phishing emails are now coming in at approx 3 to 6 every 15 minutes and they are now using a sender address of newsletter@**.icu instead of the .us domain

    Nostracomas X commented  · 

    The amount of emails from 'newsletter@*.us' has now gone beyond ludicrous. We are now getting 'hundreds per day' in the junk mail folder - they need to go into the deleted folder, not the junk folder. How hard can this be? Why can't we block any emails with newsletter in the senders address and have it go directly into the 'deleted folder'? No other email service has this problem - it's almost as if MS is getting paid by spammers to allow this to go on. Maybe it's time to 'dump' anything related to MS including Office, MSN, Xbox, Linkedin, GitHub and Windows Phone.

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    The newsletter@ ... spam is now coming in at 5 - 10 every 30 minutes all day long, every day. WHY? It does go to junk mail but it NEEDS TO GO TO THE DELETED FOLDER and NOT the junk folder. Our company is getting ready to dump anything related to MS because of their apparent lack of concern and/or interest in any of the Outlook.com problems. Solutions to these problems appear to be beyond their expertise. We have email accounts with six other services and the only one with 'continuous' problems is outlook.com - Why?

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