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WLM won't block domains

by lilliana / January 5, 2013 3:38 AM PST

I've tried to block a domain recently, but mail from that domain keeps coming. Any way to make it go to the junk file?

One e-mail keeps coming concerning a listing I made on Craig's List. How they got my e-mail from the posting, I don't know. Each one is a sexy come-on, and comes with a different name, but all from I don't want to block yahoo since I get mail from other addees through that domain. Any other way to stop this other than just dleeting them individually as they come into the Inbox?

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Set up a message rule
by wpgwpg / January 5, 2013 3:43 AM PST

Since you neglected to say what version of Windows you're using, I can't give you specific directions. I can tell you that setting up message rules is the answer to what you want to do.

Good luck.

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WLM won't block domains
by lilliana / January 5, 2013 5:53 AM PST
In reply to: Set up a message rule

I've got Windows 7 with WLM v.2012, Build 16.4.3505.0912.
I looked around, but can't find any place to set up message rules.
As I recall, I could use message rules in XP Outlook Express.

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It's in the FOLDERS tab
by wpgwpg / January 5, 2013 6:30 AM PST

Why MS in its wisdom put it in the folders tab is a mystery to me but that's where it is. It's on the far right side of that ribbon. Of course why they went to the ribbons and why they took the start button away in Windows 8 are also mysteries to me. Methinks Mr. Balmer doesn't know what he's doing.

Good luck.

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WLM won't block domains
by lilliana / January 5, 2013 9:02 AM PST

Thanks again!
I looked everywhere but in the FOLDERS tab.
It does seem to be an odd place for message rules.
In any case, you solved the issue for me.

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