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Delivering a sender's mail to Junk

Last modified by Suni on 2015/05/13 15:06

Delivering a sender's mail to Junk

You can move incoming messages from specific senders directly to the Junk folder.

To deliver a sender's mail to the Junk folder

  1. In the message list, select a message sent by the sender to block. To block multiple senders at once, select one message sent by each sender.
  2. Click More > Deliver sender's mail to Junk. A confirmation window displays.
  3. If a message was sent from an Internet-style address, do one of these actions:
    • Click "Deliver to Junk any mail from this sender (sender@example.com)," where sender@example.com is the sender of the message, to block mail from that specific sender.
    • Click "Deliver to Junk any mail from any address that ends with (@example.com)," where @example.com is the message's originating domain, to block all mail from this domain, regardless of sender.
  4. Click OK. The selected message is added to the Junk folder, and all future incoming messages from this sender are added to the Junk folder. If you selected multiple messages, a confirmation window displays for each message.

To remove senders from the Junk list

  1. Open the Junk folder.
  2. Click Manage List at the top of the message list.
  3. Click a sender, and then click Remove.
  4. Repeat step 3 for each sender to remove, and then click OK.
Created by Suni on 2015/05/13 15:06

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