- March 28, 2011 at 11:44 am #29117
Iâ€™ve recently been inundated with emails from a guy who Iâ€™d consider nothing more than a former friend. He still sends me jokes and his daily spiritual pun but the only way I know of blocking him from my inbox is to type an email back that seems like an automated response. â€˜Sorry Steve. This email no longer works so you might as well save your timeâ€™ just doesnâ€™t have a very official ring to it so I searched for ways to block an email sender. The first thing you can do to block email from a specific address is to report it as â€˜spam.â€™ This is easily accomplished by flagging the message and hitting the â€˜spamâ€™ button that most email providers conveniently have located somewhere near the top of the user interface. The only unfortunate thing about marking an email as â€˜spamâ€™ is that you could end up getting your friendâ€™s email shut down if you repeatedly do it. A better option is to merely filter â€œSide-Splitting Steveâ€ and you can do this through your mail options. Just create a new folder labeled â€˜Steveâ€™s Musingsâ€™ and mark his next email for deployment there and choose an option like â€˜always send messages here.â€™ Now, youâ€™ll still receive his emails and Steve wonâ€™t get shut down and if youâ€™ve got some free time on a Saturday you can go through his virtual letters, all segregated to their own lonely place in your inbox. What would you do to block out someone like Steve?July 5, 2012 at 10:16 am #33218
Email filtering is the method of email to organize it according to specified criteria..September 5, 2012 at 5:19 am #33219
A very informative post.. Thanks for sharing..April 25, 2013 at 8:28 am #33220
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