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    Under rules, add condition, can you make it so it is an and or function. For example, if I want Fidelity Life Insurance spams deleted, it seems to now say that I must choose subject only and that if I want them also deleted from senders with Fidelity Life Insurance in their name, I must start another rule. It appears that if I choose Subject Includes and Sender's Address Includes that it will only delete these of both are present. I would like an or function so that I can choose if subject or sender's name include Fidelity, they will be deleted. Thanks

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    Outlook does offer blocking by many rules. You can use keywords or domains. You can set the conditions that you would like. For example, you can have anything with the domain or keyword deleted. You can choose subject or body of the email. You have many options to choose from. To do this, you go to settings, View all Outlook settings, rules, add a new rule, then name your rule, choose the condition you would like then the action that you would like taken. You can even choose more than one condition and action. It takes a little time to set it up but once you do, you will never receive these emails again.

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    I just found the rules for junk finally. You go into your Inbox or Junk Folder. Then, choose Outlook settings. Under settings, choose 'View all Outlook Settings". Then, choose "Rules". You can then add rules including from, subject includes or body includes. You can choose keywords including "Sender Address Includes". You can also choose "Junk email". You can choose to block senders or domains and you can add safe senders and domains. This is excellent. I wish that I had seen it sooner.

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    I just downloaded Mailwasher by Firetrust Limited. This free program lets me set wildcards like the keywords "renewal by anderson" or "skintag removal". I receive emails with the same subjects from many different domains. I keep blocking them but they just use a different domain and send more. Currently, there is no way to stop these spam emails. I should be able to block all emails from any domain with certain terms/keywords. In the past, I had the option of doing this. I have had this account for many years. Microsoft removed something important. If a different company can do it, why can't Microsoft?

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    Very important. I just received an email in my inbox from service@paypal‍‍‍.‍‍‍c‍o‌‍‍m‍‍‍ but actually from 37ngelootsampethr4512@stt-cuisine.com. I would like to block stt-cuisine.com, not Paypal.com. How can I do this? I receive several emails a day telling me "We're concerned that someone is using your P‍a‍y‍P‍a‍l account without your knowledge. Please log in to your PayPal account to confirm your identity and review your recent activity." I know to not click on the link and login but this is still very bad.

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    I just found the rules for junk finally. You go into your Inbox or Junk Folder. Then, choose Outlook settings. Under settings, choose 'View all Outlook Settings". Then, choose "Rules". You can then add rules including from, subject includes or body includes. You can choose keywords including "Sender Address Includes". You can also choose "Junk email". Under this, you can choose to block senders or domains and you can add safe senders and domains. This is excellent. I wish that I had seen it sooner.

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    I just found the rules for junk finally. You go into your Inbox or Junk Folder. Then, choose Outlook settings. Under settings, choose 'View all Outlook Settings". Then, choose "Rules". You can then add rules including from, subject includes or body includes. You can choose keywords including "Sender Address Includes". You can also choose "Junk email". Under this, you can choose to block senders or domains and you can add safe senders and domains. This is excellent. I wish that I had seen it sooner.

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    Here are a few that I block every single day:

    NationalConcealedAcademy
    Renewal by Andersen
    Liberty Mutual
    **** Asian Girls
    Splash Wines

    They just keep coming back because they come from different email addresses. How do I solve this problem?

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    Diana Montgomery commented  · 

    Please allow me to block the old fashioned way. I've had outlook for over 20 years. In the past, you could block key words. So I could block any emails with keto, McAfree, virus protection or Liberty Mutual in the subject line. You could also block the main email address, not the individual one. So, I could block all email coming from spammer.com, not just JohnDoe@spammer.com. JohnDoe is who is getting through today. I can't find a way to do this anymore and I'm receiving tons of spam email everyday even though I always block them.

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