My inbox regularly gets hundreds of items of junk mail, despite the filter
which is supposed to stop the garbage.
I can find the mail I want to keep alright but that leaves me with an inbox
full of garbage.
M'soft should issue an update to the windows mail program that makes it
possible to highlight ALL the mail left, right click and do a MULTIPLE "junk
email...add sender to blocked senders list". However, at the moment one has
to go through each email individually.
"One-at-a-time" is ok when you don't get much junk email (say on a brand new
address) but when your email address is more than a few hours old then you
are stuffed. It takes as long (or longer) to go through the emails
individually and move them to the junk mail folder one at a time (blocking
the senders address) as it did before junk mail filters came along and one
just deleted the rubbish straight away, thus defeating the purpose of having
the mail filters in the first place.
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