Manage blocked senders in Outlook

Manage blocked senders in Outlook

How to manage blocked senders in Outlook: 

From the Home tab, click on “Junk” on the ribbon, then click on “Junk E-Mail Options”

Once the Junk E-Mail Options window opens, click on “Blocked Senders” tab at the top:


From here, you can manually add, remove, or edit any sender you wish to block or unblock.

Once you have finished adding/removing/editing a sender, be sure to click “OK” at the bottom to close this window.


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