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    Under review  ·  167 comments  ·  The new Outlook.com » Spam  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    JulieE commented  · 

    Need to be able to completely block spam being sent via AmazonAWS servers as every single spam I am receiving within the last year or so originates from their ISP's when investigating their origin source. Have been reporting each one individually to Spamcop and to AmazonAWS themselves, but the spam still keeps coming relentlessly.

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    JulieE commented  · 

    MICROSOFT ARE YOU LISTENING??!!! I have been asking Microsoft to deal with this problem since they made the huge mistake of changing everything email relatedl to Outlook. Before then, my Hotmail account never used to receive much spam. It is a monster problem that is growing daily and subject matter is getting worryling worse (eg, I was very shocked to receive one last week relating to child *** offenders/predators, which I found really unsettling). We need to be given back the options of being able to block individual words/phrases, because just blocking domains does not work. MICROSOFT ARE YOU LISTENING??!!!

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    152 comments  ·  Outlook.com  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    I AM GOING TO SEND THIS SAME FEEDBACK REGULARLY IN THE HOPE THAT IT WILL TRIGGER A MECHANISM IN MICROSOFT TO ACTUALLY DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT.
    Microsoft please re-introduce the method for us (your customers) to control which emails come into our accounts, including the Jjunk/spam folder, by letting us BLOCK CERTAIN WORDS AND/OR PHRASES like we used to be able to do. The option you currently provide to block email addresses is a Dodo because it only blocks "that one� email address. The spammers just come back with another concocted email address that is not even in the proper format but gets round the system somehow - it's never ending and infuriating. We might as well bang our heads against the wall. Please Microsoft bring back the blocking of words/phrases to empower your users to be able to control what comes into their email account. I myself am receiving multiple spam emails every day now, wanting to offer me a date/***/tablets etc as well as the common ones like you�ve won a prize etc. I have now started receiving ones including the F*ck word. It just goes on and on and on. Please do something Microsoft.

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    JulieE commented  · 

    I WILL SEND THIS FEEDBACK REGULARLY IN THE HOPE THAT MICROSOFT WILL ACTUALLY DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT.
    Microsoft needs to re-introduce the method for its users of controlling which emails come into our accounts by letting us block certain words like we used to be able to do. The option they currently provide to block emails is a dodo because it only blocks "that" email address. The spammers just come back with another concocted email address that is not even in the proper format but gets round the system somehow - it's never ending and infuriating.
    Please Microsoft bring back the blocking of words/phrases to empower your users to be able to control what comes into their email account.
    I myself am receiving multiple spam emails every day now, wanting to offer me a date/***/tablets etc. I have started receiving ones with the F*ck word in now. It just goes on and on and on.

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    JulieE commented  · 

    Please implement a rule in Junk messages to enable the blocking of certain words, phrases, domains or IP addresses so that users can control the influx of junk messages that have been received since the Outlook change earlier this year. I'm sure we were able to do it previously. Now it feels like one person trying to fight off an army!!

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    JulieE commented  · 

    Trying to delete an empty unwanted folder but can't get rid of it!

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