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Posted by Brian K ( on April 15, 2001 at 10:29:12:

In Reply to: Spam Alert posted by annemarie on April 15, 2001 at 06:29:52:

If you are useing Outlook or Outlook Express try this:
To block messages from a sender or domain
You can block messages from a particular sender or domain. The domain is the name following the @ symbol in an e-mail address.

When you block a sender or domain, no e-mail or news message from that sender or domain will arrive in your Inbox or in the news messages you read. E-mail from blocked senders goes directly into your Delete folder. Newsgroup messages from blocked senders are not displayed.

From your e-mail Inbox or the list of messages in a newsgroup, select a message from a sender you want to block.

On the Message menu, click Block Sender.

Blocking a sender applies to standard POP mail only. It does not apply to HTTP mail (Hotmail) or IMAP messages.

To remove a name from the Blocked Senders list, click the Tools menu, point to Message Rules, and then click Blocked Senders List.

If you are useing a different email program check their "help" files for info on how to block messages.

Hope this helps,
Brian K

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