by JD Sartain, tech journalist, PCWorld | Jun 27, 2018 7:20 am
Spam lives on, despite all our efforts to snuff it out—but Outlook has some features to help slow it down. Here are some things anyone can do, plus some tips for working within a corporate Outlook system.
Use Block Sender frequently
Use Outlook’s Block Sender feature to add intrusive spam to your Block Sender List, and then move it to the Junk Email folder. This works fine if you receive fewer than a dozen emails a day.
But if you get a lot of spam from a single ISP or country, or from a phishing group impersonating a legitimate organization such as Yahoo6.com, epaypal.com, or an email from Wellsfargo with an EarthLink address, you can add these bad actors to your Block Sender list.
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