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  1. That’s a pretty annoying limitation – I’m sure they’ll “fix” it with the upcoming 2007 release to try to get you to upgrade….

  2. Don’t block individual emails, block domains (@address.com) instead. look at your list by clicking actions..junk…junk options
    Then the blocked senders tab. Edit each entry by removing the username and leaving the @address part. This will present you with an alphabetical list of blocked domains; don’t forget to delete duplicates.

  3. Mark: Blocking domains only works if someone’s using an uncommon domain. If, on the other hand, they’re using a very common domain like yahoo.com, etc. then blocking the domain will potentially block all senders fr. that domain (at least that’s my understanding of how it’d work). That’s not something I’d want to do.

    Besides, the particular individuals I want to block use common domains. So this would block not only them, but again everyone else fr. that domain.

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