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Dear All,

I want to set, sender list number of recipient list less then 30 users only sent the mail, more then 30 recipients block the mail. This request to configure group policy.......

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Santh


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So why doesn't Microsoft come up with a more effective way to filter the
junk? It seems that the SPAMMERS are always the WINNERS in this poker game.
There are thousands of ligitimate adverstisers or companies nationwide, not
on our approved sender's list, that we might have an interest in viewing
their offerings when they are sent. Interestingly, such companies don't tend
to be a problem, it is the glut of pornography, pharmaceuticals, and
fraudulant offers that we would like to see effectively filtered.

"Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]" wrote:

> Adding senders to the blocked senders list is an exercise in futility since
> the spammers constantly either spoof or change the domain they are sending
> from. Set your Outlook Junk Filter on high, use a third party program (I
> have had great success with SpamBayes from sourceforge.net), or only allow
> senders from your contact folder. Anything else will use up your rules and
> eventually cause you grief.
>
> --
> Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]
>
> Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact. All
> unsolicited mail sent to my personal account will be deleted without
> reading.
>
> After furious head scratching, Jerry Callahan asked:
>
> | In Outlook 2003, "actions->junk email->add to blocked senders list"
> | only allows a single selection. In general I get dozens of files in
> | my junk email folder. After I move out the few that got there by
> | mistake, I want to select all the rest and ban them forever.
> |
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what to do about some emails that cannot be added to blocked sender list

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I repaired outlook and it still didn't add te functionality. What i am
looking for is the ability to add a senders domain to a blocked sender list.
When you right click a specific e-mail and go to junk mail you get a sub menu
with options:
1-Add sender to Blocked sender list
2-Add sender to safe sender list
3-Add sender Domain to safe sender list
4-Add receipient to Safe sender list.

However i don't have theoption to add sender Domain to blocked sender list.
Can you tell me how to restore this?

I need to do the following when I hover over spam, a single e-mail at a time:

Right-Click;
The letter "J" for Junk E-Mail;
The letter "B" for Add Sender to Blocked Senders List

I tried creating a VB macro by doing this in MS Word; the Right-Click didn't
take hold, though.

I appreciate your help.

Cheryl

I received several junk email this morning. When I right click on the peice
of mail., the add sender to block senders list has a red cross out icon on
the dropdown. There is also a red cross out icon on the junk mail options
line. Can anyone help me fix this problem. I am using Outlook 2007

I send messages to to blocked senders list but the next day they still come
into my inbox. What am I doing wrong?
I use Outlook 2003 Microsoft XP Prof
--
Jonna

This maybe a stupid question, but when I select "Send to Block Senders
List", what happens to this email.
Does it stay on the ISP's server? Is it received and deleted?

Thanks in advance!

I need to do the following when I hover over spam, a single e-mail at a time:

Right-Click;
The letter "J" for Junk E-Mail;
The letter "B" for Add Sender to Blocked Senders List

I tried creating a VB macro by doing this in MS Word; the Right-Click didn't
take hold, though.

I appreciate your help.

Cheryl

Hi.
Config: XP + Outlook 2003.
When viewing a junk mail item, I would like a shortcut (button?) for
RMB -- Junk eMail -- Add sender to blocked senders list.
How can I achieve this?
TIA

This maybe a stupid question, but when I select "Send to Block Senders
List", what happens to this email.
Does it stay on the ISP's server? Is it received and deleted?

Thanks in advance!

Hi

My manager exported his block sender list in to text file.

Now he wants me to add them in to server Block sender list (Antispam tab)
How to add more than 1000 emails addresses in to "sender filtering"  "Block sender" list with one go.

Regards,

It would be really great if in Microsoft Office 2007 would work that you can
add more selected email at the same time to right click: Junk E-mail / Add
Sender to Blocked Sender list. It gets really anyoing when you need to add
each one seperate every morning when so much spam loads this days!

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Matte,

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 why
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.
>
>
>

"Roady [MVP]" wrote:

> See my reply to your original post.
>
> --
> Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook]
> Coauthor, Configuring Microsoft Outlook 2003
> http://www.howto-outlook.com/
> Outlook FAQ, HowTo, Downloads, Add-Ins and more
>
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> "The Blue Max" wrote in message
> news:E56D4F5F-3CCC-475B-90A6-9FCC3C78F5A1@microsoft.com...
> Matte,
>
> 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
> why
> 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.
> >
>
>
>

why can't I select all my junk email and add all of the domains (or at least
addresses) to my blocked senders list?

I should be able to select domains like hotmail.com, msn.com and have the
program ignore "blocking" this domain but not add that domain to a safe list.

Secondly, I should be able to multi-select junk mail messages and add them
to my junk senders list.

Thirdly, I should be able to multi-select in the list all the addresses in
which I'd like to block domains and they would be added

Lastly, I should be able to have wildcard characters in my blocking list of
domains e.g @*.advicecounter.net

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There should be away, when you have selected multiple e-mails to add them to
the blocked sender list via rightclick rather than just sending them to the
junk e-mail folder.

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I wholeheartedly agree it is time consuming and because of that, one tends
to delete them in bulk rather than adding them to blocked senders. Amazed
that it hasn't been done before!! Better be in the next one or i'm changing
to another program. Couldn't fine the "I agree" button I'm new to this forum.
--
Fiji Bob

"+ Shayne" wrote:

> One can only add a single sender at a time to the "Blocked Senders" list. At
> times I get up to several dozen spams in one download and it would be
> convenient to be able to select them all at once for adding to the "Blocked
> Senders" list.
>
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I get a lot of spam and yes I know I could create rules for that but I don't
have the time. I would much rather use the SHIFT+SELECT method then right
click and then add all the those emails to the block senders list. To me that
is much quicker that having sit and right a rule for each and every kind of
spam I get not to mention all the variations of the spam who has time to
write all those rules?

Is there an easier way than what I suggest?

While using Exchange Server 2003's Outlook Web Access client, if I
right-click on a message and select "Add sender to blocked sender list" I
get the following error:

An error occurred processing your Junk E-mail lists. You are over the size
limit on the server. There a few in the list already but not a ton.

I have confirmed that this user (or any user for that matter) are anywhere
close to the mailbox store size limit. There are send/recieve limits of
200,000 KB but that's waaaaay more than anyone seems to be using.

Any ideas, is there just a max with OWA?

Thanks,
Marc.

I have outlook 2003 and i'm receveing alot of spam emails, is there a way to create a hotkey for choosing the spammy email and sending them to the blocked senders list?

I am frustrated with Junk Mail filter for Microsoft Office 2003. I add
domain names to Blocked Senders and emails from these domains (e.g.
sonia@mail.ru) continue to show up in my Inbox! Why? How can I stop this?
I have my filter set to allow only messages from Safe Senders which is the
highest level and these domains that I wish to block are not on my Safe
Senders or Recipients.

When I right-click on an inbox message, in the shorcut menu Outlook 2003 only
gives me the option to add the "sender" to bloked senders list. It only gives
the domain option for the safe senders list. How can I also add the "domain"
to the blocked senders list not only the particular sender? Thanks.

I cannot get my outlook to move an item from the junk e-mail folder to the
block sender list....even though the wizard say's it is happening....it
remains in the junk e-mail folder.
Also I am trying to find the icon that can be used to receive a read receipt
from a specific e-mail that I want to send....but not from all e-mail that is
sent

Any help will be appreciated

Is there any way to get outlook 2003 to block not just a sender to the
bloked senders list, but rather, the sender's domain to the blocked senders
list?


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