Over the past week, some of our readers have encountered an error code while blocking an email ID in Outlook. This issue can occur due to many factors. We will review them now.
On the Home tab, select Junk E-mail, then Junk E-mail Options.Select the Blocked Senders tab.Click Add.Enter the email address or domain you want to block, then just click OK.Click “Apply” then “OK” to save your changes.
Block Real Sender
If someone no longer wants to find someone’s messages, you can die as a sender.
Right-click on the message from the sender of the email you want to block, then select Spam > Block Sender.
A blocked person can still deliver your email, but if thsomething slips out of his email address, it will be moved to the Junk Email folder on purpose. Future messages from this email will be moved to the Junk Email folder or End User Quarantine if allowed by the individual administrator.
Another good idea is to regularly check messages identified as spam so you don’t miss any useful messages.
If the person later decides that you want to unblock the new sender, use spam filters so you can change the messages displayed.
Messages sent to addresses or domain names included in the blocked senders list are always treated as spam. Outlook moves all detected incoming messages from senders on the blocked senders list to this junk foldermail, regardless of the content of the message.
Note. The Outlook Junk E-mail Filter does not prevent the growth of spam, but rather redirects unwanted messages to the Junk E-mail folder in your Inbox. You can make the spam filter more specialized by changing its protection level, or you can purchase third-party solutions that can be more aggressive.
Add special sender to blocked senders click list, message from email sender. On the Home tab, in the new Delete group, click Spam, then click Block Sender.