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Greg 07-03-2003 04:42 PM

Blocking domains in OEx
 
Hello there, need a pointer, I know how to block an e-mail in OEx6, however
how would you block a domain? will the standard *.*@domain.whatever work? Or
is there some other "wildccard". Thanx in advance. And how would you do it
in Outlook?

Greg

Keep America Free



Brian H 07-03-2003 04:44 PM

Re: Blocking domains in OEx
 
X-No-Archive: Yes
Errrrr...erm... Greg said:

> Hello there, need a pointer, I know how to block an e-mail in OEx6, however
> how would you block a domain? will the standard *.*@domain.whatever work? Or
> is there some other "wildccard". Thanx in advance. And how would you do it
> in Outlook?
>
> Greg
>
> Keep America Free


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nd003 07-03-2003 05:23 PM

Re: Blocking domains in OEx
 
Yes or No
Hello,
You can make a filter to filter this @domain.whatever
(using Tools/Message Rules/Mail)
I tried it. It worked. But I never try to block @domain.whatever
(using Tools/Message Rules/Blocked Senders List...)
You can try it
Enjoy!
lvb

"Greg" <whiner@ec.rr.com> wrote in message
news:W1ZMa.166270$nr.7704219@twister.southeast.rr. com...
> Hello there, need a pointer, I know how to block an e-mail in OEx6,

however
> how would you block a domain? will the standard *.*@domain.whatever work?

Or
> is there some other "wildccard". Thanx in advance. And how would you do it
> in Outlook?
>
> Greg
>
> Keep America Free
>
>




Greg 07-04-2003 01:10 PM

Re: Blocking domains in OEx
 
Thanx all for needed info.


"Greg" <whiner@ec.rr.com> wrote in message
news:W1ZMa.166270$nr.7704219@twister.southeast.rr. com...
> Hello there, need a pointer, I know how to block an e-mail in OEx6,

however
> how would you block a domain? will the standard *.*@domain.whatever work?

Or
> is there some other "wildccard". Thanx in advance. And how would you do it
> in Outlook?
>
> Greg
>
> Keep America Free
>
>





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