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Resolved Junk file Block doesn't stop emails?

Discussion in 'Microsoft Mail (Outlook / OE / Windows Mail)' started by robls99, 2017/03/12.

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    I keep sending this type of message to my Junk file block list.

    Why do I keep getting more emails from this site?

    I use Win7 Pro with Google Chrome.

    Return-Path: <info@Mail.san.rr.com>
    Received: from cdptpa-pub-iedge-vip.email.rr.com ([107.14.174.244])
    by cdptpa-fep28.email.rr.com
    (InterMail vM.8.04.03.24 201-2389-100-172-20151028) with ESMTP
    id <20170312153001.IKSL4737.cdptpa-fep28.email.rr.com@cdptpa-pub-iedge-vip.email.rr.com>
    Return-Path: <info@mail.san.rr.com>
    Received: from [85.206.173.171] ([85.206.173.171:52725] helo=onto-pipe.flowtoolbox.com)
    by cdptpa-imsmta01 (envelope-from <info@mail.san.rr.com>)
    (ecelerity 3.6.9.48312 r(Core:3.6.9.0)) with ESMTP
    id DA/F6-14010-97965C85; Sun, 12 Mar 2017 15:30:01 +0000
    Content-Type: text/html
    Date: Thu, 09 Mar 2017 16:05:25 CET
    From: "=?UTF-8?B?8J2QlfCdkKLwnZCg8J2QqPCdkKvwnZCT8J2QofCdkKvwnZCi8J2Qr/CdkJ4=?=" <ship-confirm@amazon.com>
    Message-Id: <AAB39198MSP2F02084JA4X9PTJ81465@mx01.dca.untd.com>
    Subject: =?UTF-8?B?8J2Rh2jwnZGW8J2RoCDwnZGW8J2RoCDwnZGA8J2RnPCdkZ/wnZGSIPCdkLjwnZGT8J2Rk/CdkZLwnZGQ8J2RofCdkZbwnZGj8J2RkiDwnZGhaPCdkZLwnZGbIPCdkYnwnZGW8J2RjvCdkZTwnZGf8J2Rjg==?=
    X-ContentStamp: 1:0:0
    X-UNTD-BodySize: 8
    X-UNTD-DKIM: NONE
    X-UNTD-Peer-Info: 184.174.115.108|faceebook.top|faceebook.top|return@faceebook.top
    X-UNTD-SPF: Pass
    X-UNTD-UBE: -1
    X-Authority-Analysis: v=2.1 cv=AelMZCjG c=1 sm=1 tr=0 a=FkAEAilNYEvLOaXpFzJhwQ==:117 a=FkAEAilNYEvLOaXpFzJhwQ==:17 a=L9H7d07YOLsA:10 a=9cW_t1CCXrUA:10 a=s5jvgZ67dGcA:10 a=O76VCmqbo-wA:10 a=DSwVmUtLAAAA:20 a=TnIiapiGAAAA:20 a=izHKv2oYAAAA:20 a=6_Bwv7nEAAAA:20 a=jaHpk352AAAA:20 a=a8PyeVsrAAAA:20 a=spBsRMgqbWoQAIqn_TUA:9
    X-Cloudmark-Score: 0
    X-RR-Connecting-IP: 107.14.168.207:25
     
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    You need to be more specific. For example, what email program are you using?

    I note in most cases, if you set up a filter to automatically tag email from a specific sender, the filter does not stop the email from being delivered - it just automatically dumps the email into the Junk folder.
     
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    I'm using Outlook 2007. My understanding is that once you send a specific email to Junk, all future emails from that sender automatically go to Junk and you never see it again.

    Is this sender somehow spoofing the Junk filter ie

    Received: from [85.206.173.171] ([85.206.173.171:52725] helo=onto-pipe.flowtoolbox.com)
    by cdptpa-imsmta01 (envelope-from <info@mail.san.rr.com>)

    OR

    Received: from cdptpa-pub-iedge-vip.email.rr.com ([107.14.174.244])
    by cdptpa-fep28.email.rr.com

    Why are there so many different "from" including the first one:

    Return-Path: <info@Mail.san.rr.com>
     
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    It's not just a question of sending the mail to the junk filter - you must block the sender - in Outlook 2010, 2007 probably similar, right click on the junk mail in the Inbox > Junk Mail > Block Sender. Once this is done all mails from that sender will be delivered to the Junk Folder.
     
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    Sorry, I forgot to say that's exactly what I do - "add sender to blocked senders list". It works on everybody except those that are using the "(various) @Mail.san.rr.com"

    Can you explain why there are 3 different variations on the "from" above as I indicated?
     
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    That would be the sender trying, and succeeding, in bypassing the Junk Mail rule by changing the address.
     
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    You might try adding the entire domain to the junk filter. In Outlook 2007, click Actions > Junk E-mail > Junk E-mail Options... > Blocked Senders > Add and then enter @Mail.san.rr.com in the text box. Or you can enter san.rr.com or even .rr.com in the text box if you have no legitimate users who use those.

    Alternatively, you can create a Rule which is what I would probably do. With a rule, you can have the email moved directly to the Deleted Items folder (or Junk or wherever).
     
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    Thanks guys for the suggestions.

    Bill, how do you "create a Rule" in Outlook
     
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    Bill,

    Pretty slick, thanks again,
    Rob
     

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