You provide nice ability to direct designated Emails to Spam. Why not provide an option to automatically delete it. I get as many as 60 a day from a known Addresses, but now I have to scan Spam just in case something I want to see is imbedded among the known to be Spam. Just let me delete kno· Product Support (Admin, AOL) responded
Wanted to let you all know that you now have the ability to block mail from unwanted senders. Please click the link here to learn more: https://help.aol.com/articles/keep-your-inbox-clean-by-blocking-unwanted-mail-in-aol-desktop-gold
AOL Product Support
You missed the boat on above "solution". I get 50-60 spam a day from renter-@xyz where xyz changes on each one. You need to allow me to block based on the information up to the @ sign.
Jerry Slater commented
What I don't understand in a 24 hour period I received 246 spams. 95% already said they were blocked. How come they still end up in my spam folder forcing me to scan each one.
MICHAELE FOLLETTE commented
Totally agree. My spam folder fills up daily with this spammer email, renter-20580info. And some should be considered as sexual harrassment. I guess AOL doesn't care about this kind spam, REALLY?