"Roady [MVP]" wrote:
> See my reply to your original post.
> Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook]
> Coauthor, Configuring Microsoft Outlook 2003
> Outlook FAQ, HowTo, Downloads, Add-Ins and more
> "The Blue Max" wrote in message
> Have you also noticed that you cannot add multiple emails to the 'Blocked'
> sender's list. At least in Outook 2007, the option to send emails to the
> junk mail sender lists is removed from the context menu if multiple e-mails
> are selected. With all the junk email everyone receives we can't imagine
> in the world Microsoft won't let us move a group of emails to the blocked
> list all at the same time?
> "Matte Blacke" wrote:
> > "Brian Tillman" wrote:
> > > PattyM wrote:
> > >
> > > > I came here to suggest the same exact thing! Why can you add a
> > > > domain to a safe list, but not add a domain to a block list? I'd
> > > > much rather be able to block them! I'm sick of the junk mail!!
> > > > Blocking single addresses is pretty much useless at this point! I
> > > > need to block an entire domain! Thank you!
> > >
> > > And you can, just not via right-click or menu item.
> > > --
> > > Brian Tillman
> > >
> > Which essentially means you have to add the sender's email address to the
> > blocked senders list, then go into the Junk E-mail options and edit the
> > entry
> > to change it to block the entire domain. If you get a lot of spam, this
> > multi-step procedure really hampers the usefulness of the blocked senders
> > list. It would be much more usable and convenient if it were a one-step
> > right-click operation. With the frequency of spammers adding new bogus
> > domains from which to spam me, a multi-step procedure just isn't very
> > efficient. Hopefully MS will address this and add the option to
> > right-click
> > menu.
> >treefrog says: This discussion thread began in 2004 and it is now half way through 2009. Microsoft hasn't improved the
handling of spammers who are getting smarter by the minute. I added dozens and dozens of 'domain names' to the blocked
senders list, which is much more cumbersome than just adding the 'sender' to the blocked list. I continue to receive spam
from these domains. There must be a better way to handle unwanted spam.