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How to banish junk mail forever
Set automatic Sweep
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Want to ensure that the junk senders you've specified never bother your inbox again? Let Hotmail catch unwanted mail in its tracks by selecting Also block future messages.
You can also use Sweep to empty an entire folder.
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Sweeping does not always work. For the past few days I've kept getting 'Cams!' , Viagra, Rolex and others in my junk box and cannot sweep these forever.
It would be great if there was a filtering block box for ' mail containing the word(s)....' but I suppose that would be Utopia.
i have tried to block ads but within 3 days they are back the filter is useless i have more now than before. i get maybe 40 per day and microsoft say hooray your inbox is empty when i clear them all the filter does nothing i have 600 + in my block but they are back within 3 days
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