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Blocking unwanted mails and updating

The fact is that as long as junk mails has at least a tiny degree of effectiveness, say 0.0001%, spam will continue to be sent in millions and billions of copies.The email protocol was invented by scientists and it could never occur to them that someone would be sending all those car insurance quotes, loans, mortgage rates, pills and diets to unknown people.And this brings us to the second option that looks much more promising. This list enables you to eliminate all unwanted e-mail messages formatted in a specific language encoding, i.e.displayed in a language that you don't understand and cannot read anyway. However there are some very sophisticated spammers who diligently research Microsoft's junk mail filter technology, elicit the factors that cause an email to be treated as junk and continuously improve their spam strategies.This article explains how to configure Outlook Junk Mail Filter to block as many junk emails as possible.You will also learn how to keep your filter up to date, how to move a good message from the Junk folder and ensure that no legitimate e-mails gets there.Note that you need to have the admin rights to be able to change the updates options.

You can do this using the Junk E-mail Reporting Add-in for Outlook, the download links for Outlook 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, and 2016 32-bit and 64-bit are available here.

If you are on some mailing / distribution lists, you can also add a distribution list name to your Safe Recipients.

To add someone to your safe list, simply click the Add button in the right-hand part of the window and type an list is the opposite of the two safe lists we've just discussed.

For example, if you select CN (China) or IN (India), then you will stop receiving any messages if a sender's address that ends with or

Though, nowadays when nearly everyone has gmail or accounts, this option will hardly help you get rid of many junk emails.


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