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Re: block someones e-mail from AOL

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When you get a piece of mail from someone that you would like to block, just Right Click on the piece of mail and then you have several options,

You can click on Delet, Move to Spam or mark as read among other options.

Then, every time an email comes in from that email address it will be filtered per your selection.




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Re: block someones e-mail from AOL


hockeymom775 wrote:

block e-mail from someone from AOL


What JamesR said applies if you are still on the old email format.  One of the options you see will be "New Filter".  If you are on the new format, on the Inbox page click on the gear icon in the upper right corner of the page, then on Settings.  Under Mail you will see Filter Rules.  You can set a filter to just discard emails from that sender before you even see them.




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