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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Having rules for the junk mail folder would really be great!
    Give us the ability to block domains to the deleted folder would help too.

    Why couldn't Microsoft make it so that we choose what folder we want the blocked mail senders to go to the future?

    If we block a domain to the deleted folder all future mail from that blocked domain should go right into the deleted folder without us doing anything!

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Microsoft is changing the name of outlook mail to spamnado mail next month!

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    310 comments  ·  The new Outlook.com » Spam  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Anonymous commented  · 

    More lies from Microsoft!
    In Novemebr they claimed "Our junk / spam team is looking into this suggestion, and we should have an update in the next month or two."

    Here it is the middle of January 2020 and no changes at all!

    To block a sender SHOULD mean to prevent that sender from being able to send any more mail at all to that address!
    Blocking a sender now merely diverts their mail to the junk folder. It does not block anything it DIVERTS!
    Either change the name, or change how it works!

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    Under review  ·  1518 comments  ·  The new Outlook.com » Spam  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I'm moving to a new mail provider too after 25 years with hotmail. Since Microsoft was hacked, this turned from hotmail to spamnado mail! Uservoice is nothing but a wailing wall for the users and some of the suggestions here on uservoice are years old and nothing has been done by Microsoft to stop the spam, in fact it has been increasing, not getting better!
    Time to find a new provider for my mail!

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Microsoft must be profiting from delivering spam to it's users, while it is putting it's users at risk. Microsoft sells ads for their pages, so the more we look at our pages the more money Microsoft makes from advertisers! That is why Microsoft is delivering so much spam email to it users. Microsoft is violating the Service Agreement by helping spammers and putting it's users at risk. Microsoft needs to stop delivering these KNOWN spam mails immediately! Microsoft knows the mail is spam because the domains in the message sources are fake domains and the IP addresses are not complete. Microsoft also knows these are spams based on their content. Microsoft should not be delivering this spam to it's users. Microsoft should be kicking this spam mail back to the sender the second it hits it's servers! STOP SPAMMING YOUR CUSTOMERS MICROSOFT!

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