Read this doc on Scribd: MS Outlook Web Access Spam Block Trick
Okay, I have had it. Ever since my first email account, way back in '89 or '90 with WNIN free local bulletin board service or B.B.S (with a Bitnet email address), I have been comfortable dealing with SPAM as just a fact of life. Well, my need of a shorter attention span, and less of a tolerance for spam is building up as lately I have been focusing on working with efficiency. Finally, I took time to read a help screen and learned something: how to block domains and specific email addresses in MS Outlook Web Access. I tested out the domain block on Yahoo and promptly blocked an email from myself. My personal email Yahoo email address got the: your email has been rejected by Steven Schwengel. Hopefully, I did not on accident reject legitimate email from Yahoo! users who sent me an email -- sorry honey (my Fiance got it too).
Step 1. Login and select [Goto Options]
Step 2. Under Privacy and Junk E-mail Prevention, select the Filter Junk E-mail check box.
Step 3. Select Manage Junk E-mail Lists
Step 4. The Manage Junk Email Lists selection of block senders can include addresses or domains like @yahoo.com.
Step 5. Click Add to enter in an address to block.
Step 6. Enter in domain name or email address to block.
Step 7. Click [OK] and then [Save and Close] to retain.