I am being bombarded with junk email. I do not have a lifetime to be looking in my junk folder for wanted email. We used to have a rule that would block an address ending with... I keep getting junk email ending with . xyz and .link, I get the odd one
that ends with .br or .ru, but i still have some rules left from before they changed this that I had created before that stop certain emails from certain countries, but outlook/microsoft has changed these rules. So you can no longer make a rule to stop an
address ending with .xyz or .link. WHY? It worked! When I try to type in .xyz the (.) does not get included and the junk never stops. How can I stop this ****? I don't need to hear a bunch of **** I don't need to know! I know how to use outlook, I know how
to block address's and domains, so don't tell me how to do that! Tell me what I want to know, How to stop .xyz and .link.
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.science and .top are the latest **** continously spamming me and now .us
have started spamming me, ever since godaddy.**** started selling the public personal
domains for $2.99 a month.
I am using a program called MailWasherPro, it only hits the junk if it in your inbox, but
if it's in your junkbox MicoSoft thinks their doing their job!
I don't got hours and hours of my life hovering over emails looking for unwanted domains
and or wanted emails.
So I send all the **** in my junk folder to my inbox and hit MailWasherPro and then it
shows you all the domains. Once there I add to blacklist, then check off bounce back email
and then check off delete. Then I hit wash mail.
We should not have to do this. But once again Micosoft thinks, "Hey it's a free account"
your not paying for it so Fut You!
Your best bet is to get a gmail account and say fut you to Micosoft!
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