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Yahoo Mail Block Sender

Is there a way to block a sender? I get piles of spam, I don't know what to do any more!!!!

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Hi!

first of all you must sign-in to your account.
1. go to option menu
2. choose mail options
3. go to spam
4. then type the email address you want to block
5. then save changes

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Go to "Options" on the right side of your email page

"Block Address" - Enter the address you want blocked
"Add Block"
“Save”

Posted on Sep 15, 2008

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If you've had an email address for more than a day, you've almost certainly come across an email address that you wish you could block.

Well, there's good news: you can block specific email addresses with most email clients. According to campaignmonitor.com, and as of January 2010, Microsoft Outlook,

Hotmail and Yahoo! Mail were the three most popular email clients.
Each client shared one thing in common: the ability to block email addresses, and the process is simple, too.Yahoo! Mail


Visit Yahoo.com and sign into your Yahoo! Mail account.


Click "Options" in the right corner of the screen. Select "More Options."

Select "Spam" in the left window pane.
Enter the email address of the person you wish to block under "Blocked Email Addresses." Click "Add."
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Visit MSN.com and sign into your Hotmail account.
Click the "Options" button and select "Mail."
Choose "Junk E-mail Protection."
Find and click "Block Senders."

Type in the email address you wish to block in the provided text box.
Click "Add."
Hotmail will automatically block all future email messages from that sender.
Microsoft Outlook

Open Microsoft Outlook. Click the "Tools" menu and select "Options."
Select "Preferences" and click "Junk E-mail."
Click "Blocked Senders" and then click on the "Add" button.
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Is the sender using your correct email address? Just one mistyped letter will cause an email to go to the wrong address or make it undeliverable. Ask them to double-check that they entered your address correctly.
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Can this sender successfully send messages to other people? The problem could be on their end, with sending. Ask them to check.
Inbox needs refreshing ( Yahoo! Mail Classic)
New email often arrives while you're writing or reading another email. The all-new Yahoo! Mail updates your Inbox for you, so if you use it, you'll always see new mail when it arrives. But in Yahoo! Mail Classic, you won't see this new mail in your Inbox until you Refresh or Reload the page, or return to the Welcome Screen, or click Check Mail.
Note: Yahoo! Messenger shows an alert each time a new email arrives.
One of your filters could be directing the email into a folder
If you've set up filters, the message from this sender might be going directly to a different folder from your Inbox. Here's how to check your filters:
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  • Note: Messages in Trash can be deleted at any time. Once messages are deleted, they're gone forever, and can't be retrieved.
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If you're forwarding your mail, it's going to another email address. Here's how to check:
  • Click Options in the upper-right corner of the page, and select More Options.
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You're blocking this user
The sender's address might be on your Blocked Addresses list. Mail from blocked senders doesn't arrive or bounce-it's simply discarded. Here's how to check your Blocked Addresses list:
  • Click Options in the upper-right corner of the page and select More Options.
  • Under "Spam", click Block Addresses.
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There's a delay in delivery
Messages are usually delivered within a few minutes. Very rarely, they are delayed while in transit. This is usually due to problems on the sender's mail server, heavy Internet traffic, or routing problems. Unfortunately, aside from waiting, there's no way to know whether a message has been delayed or whether it has been rendered undeliverable. If a sender can re-send it, have them do that.
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If you have already done that or if you are adament about not receiving the messages at all, even as spam, you may need to contact Yahoo's support team and let them know that the sender needs to be blocked.

A lot of times, the "Remove me from this list" option in those junk messages is a spoof that simply signs you up for another email distribution list. It's a good practice just to deflect them using the "Flag as Spam" option.

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