block entire domain
We need the block function to be more clear. For example, if I un-check "Send all future messages to Spam" does that mean it will automatically delete any email received from a blocked sender? Or does that mean it will just let the email go to the Inbox?
Secondly, we need the ability to block an entire domain. If you're less technically inclined, that means I need the ability to block everything from the part of the email address after the @. So let's say I get a bunch of messages from different people but they're all @loseweightfast.org. I need to be able to block EVERYTHING from loseweightfast.org.
We appreciate your feedback on this option. Checking the ‘Send all future messages to Spam’ should cause emails from that sender to be directed to your Spam folder. Unchecking that option should simply block the address.
It is also possible to block a domain. This can be done by accessing your blocked list within the settings menu. Please take a look at the following help article for more information:
Dear "Product Support (Admin, Yahoo)". You state that "It is also possible to block a domain. This can be done by accessing your blocked list within the settings menu. Please take a look at the following help article for more information:".
Er, sorry, but that DOESN'T explain how to block an entire domain. And by domian, we mean the TOP domain, so things like ".ru", so EVERYTHING coming from ".ru" gets blocked. NOT, say "abc.ru", which will only block emails coming from "abc.ru".
Darla Krusee commented
Agree. A lot of spam with .ro is getting through to my inbox right now and I'd like to be able to block it all from that top-level domain. It's safe to assume that I will never get a legitimate email from someone in Romania so I'd like the ability to block them all.
I would like the option of blocking all emails from a specific top-level domain, such as .ro or .ru.