How to block an e-mail address in Microsoft Outlook 2007 on Windows 7
E-mails are the most definite source of viruses and malware. The unwanted and unsafe e-mail can easily enter your e-mail account, damage your computer, and take away your confidential data from the system. Not only this but such e-mails also create unwanted chaos in your inbox by displaying unnecessary information or content. To stop such e-mails from entering your Microsoft Outlook 2007, you can block the unwanted and junk e-mail addresses by making few changes in the settings of your account.
The junk or unwanted e-mails are nothing but advertisements that come from different sources and gets save in your Microsoft Outlook 2007 account. These e-mails are of no use and it’s better to block them from entering your inbox account.
The solution to the problem
Follow the instruction to block an e-mail address in Microsoft Outlook 2007 on Windows 7:
- Open Outlook 2007
- Click on ‘Actions’ on the top bar
- Point to ‘Junk E-mail’ and select ‘Junk E-mail options’ from the menu that appears
- Click on the ‘Blocked Senders’ tab.
- Click on the ‘Add’ button and type the e-mail address that you want to block and then, click on ‘OK’
- Click on ‘Apply’ and then click ‘OK’
The unwanted e-mails can make your Microsoft Outlook 2007 crowded and it can also increase the risk of virus or malware attack as e-mails are the most common source of viruses and spywares. Also, the junk and unwanted e-mails can slow down the performance of your Microsoft Outlook 2007, therefore, block the e-mail address today to get rid of the junk mails.
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