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How to block an email address in Microsoft Outlook
1 December 2022
You may want to block an email address in Microsoft Outlook when you have been a victim of a malicious email send.
In Microsoft Outlook it is possible to block these email addresses, so that you no longer receive emails from them – maintaining your security & protection.
How do I block an email address in Microsoft Outlook?
1. Open up Microsoft Outlook and navigate to the unwanted email.
2. On the individual email, right click and select Junk from the menu.
3. Then click on Block Sender.
4 Click OK. The message will be deleted and all future emails from this sender will be blocked.
How to manage Blocked Senders in Outlook
1. Simply right click on an email, then select Junk (as you did in Step 2 above).
This time select Junk E-mail Options.
2. Then from the menu select Blocked Sender tab. Here you can add or remove email addresses.
3. When complete, click OK.
NOTE: Microsoft Outlook has a maximum of 500 unique email addresses you can block at a time.
If you have any questions about this or need assistance, then please contact the GCC Group Support Team on 0345 260 1151 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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