And without knowing which Outlook you use, members may not be able to be exact.
I already know how to block a sender and how to create a rule with Outlook 2003, but these days I am getting 15-20 emails per day from an i p address in China (220.127.116.11 ) that all comes (with attachments!) from sender "???". The subject line is also just many question marks-it varies with the email. These are all actually coming from many, many different international email addresses. I just checked and it looks like I have already blocked about 150 emails addresses because of this one issue. Apparently one can not set a rule in Outlook using ?'s as a subject or a sender. Does anyone know of a workaround for this?
01. Please check if the domain of the senders are same
02. Please check if the IP Address of the senders are same
03. If both above are same then it will be easier for you to block the
complete domain or IP Address of the sender instead of blocking each email
04. You can follow the link - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/980552 - for
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