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filtering out spam emails using mac mail

how can i filter out specific email advertisements from certain companies. i have my spam filters engaged but there are several email addresses for companies that come through. i'd like to filter out these specific addresses, but can't find an option to do so. any ideas?

thanks in advance,

bgstreet
PS: i'm using a mac book pro with snow leopard.

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Mark them as junk

and Mail will learn to put the straight into the Junk folder.

Alternatively, go to Mail > Preferences> Rules and create a new rule with the email address of the offending emails.
Make the rule delete the emails or move them to the Junk folder.

As more junk appears, just add that email address to the rule

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junk mail

thanks, that worked great.

all the best,
bgstreet

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