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    Windows Office Outlook 2007

    I messed up on facebook and clicked on a friends posting and realized immediately that I got into a phishing contest. I am now getting tons of spam and phishing emails. I have been hitting alt+a, then Junk E-Mail to Add sender to blocked senders list. My list is huge and I am getting tired of adding every email sender. I would like to be able to add the whole domain instead of just the individual sender. Any suggestions on how to do this would be greatly appreciated.

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    Try setting your junk mail filter option to HIGH.

    You can add a domain to the blocked senders list by entering @domainname.suffix

    Joe

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    Joe, I had the junk mail filter set to high. Changed it to safe lists only but still getting a huge amount of phishing and spam emails. Can I make a new rule that will send only the offending domain to the blocked senders list? AND, where can I make that rule?

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    Is the offending domain in your safe senders list?

    Joe

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    Joe, thanks for pointing me to the blocked senders list in the junk email options then blocked senders where you can edit the line to the @domain.suffix.
    Appreciate you help. H. Bucy

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