Spam - I want the ability to block all domains coming from ".uk"
I noticed that most of the spam that I receive comes from domains ending in ".co.uk" or ".org.uk" and I would like the ability to block domains that have those endings that are not in my address book or listed as approved senders. Is there a way to restrict these domains? Also, I would like AOL to return the option to block emails containing specific words or phrases. I have a paid account and it is very important to me that I be able to have the ability to restrict the excessive spam emails and emails containing ****** content. If AOL determines these are spam emails, they should be blocked completely. I do not want to have to keep wasting my time sifting through hundreds of spam emails in my spam folder when looking for something that may have slipped thru.
Send the email right back to the spammer I do
I am receiving lot of spam mail every single day from the domain @*.host and want it stopped now!
Can you PLEASE do something about spam coming from spoofed ISP addresses from Kansas?
This is getting rediculous!!!!!
We used to be able to filter out spam by using *.host. I want that feature back.
Why do I get "we have not seen you on this device", and to sign in I have to have a code texted to my phone?
90% of my spam comes from one domain .host. how can i set my mail to send anything from that domain directly to trash. I get mo legitimate mail from that domain.
I’d like to Block Domain Extensions.
It seems (my assessment only) that after visiting Home Advisor and Houzz that the spam explosion has commenced.
The thing that all of the spam has in common is that they all have the domain extension .host
I’d like the ability to block any incoming mail from that extension. Any thoughts?
Tired of signing tin to my AOL email and seeing Spam folder showing 10-15 emails where there were few to none prior. Most are from *.host. Have tried to block many ways but the a**holes still get through.
Remember AOL is now owned by Verizon and would like us all to go away or convert to Yahoo.
They care little about you and me.
Mary S McGuyer commented
I get a load of spam emails daily from *@*.host. I should be able to use a wildcard to block all of these!
you need to block all .host emails from getting through, even to my spam folder. these emails are deliberately "bullsh&*t" an SPAM. Since you won't give us the control, you need to take action or I'm dumping my aol email and your legitimate advertisers will have to find me elsewhere.
BLOCK ALL MAIL FROM DOMAIN .HOIST I get 6 to 12 a day. Why pay AOL fees when they wont do anything about this spam. I have read all the responses below and can see its a problem, well AOL, do something about it!!
Please remove .host from ever reaching our emails. How many do we have delete a day before AOL does something!! You finally blocked .us Now could you block .host??????
Stop emails ending in .host from even reaching my spam file. None of them are legitimate. They have various email addresses, but all end in .host. That's ridiculous. You should be able to just not allow .host to go to anyone. It's all spam.
Given that the vast majority of all my Spam lately is from Prodigy.net etc telling me that I have to sign the Oath agreement, my mailbox is full, they have received a request to delete my e-mail, and all sorts, and that every single one of these is pretending to be AOL itself, maybe you should just block the entire domain?
M. Elaine commented
How do you block domain certificate-253617.appspot.com? They send filth every day. i would also like to block anything that ends in appspot.com, it is all garbage. Also, the domain new.learnoldbecame.com sends nothing but trash. How do you stop this? We should be able to enter a domain and it should block anything with that domain, but they seem to get around ithe block.
Why don't you go back to being able to receive only mail listed in out contacts? It worked and kept your customeres much happier and satisfied with AOL. We should be in control of our mail, not the spammers.
Why is my Tagged mail going to Spam? All of a sudden fix it immediately.
Derek Gates commented
A lot of the spam I receive comes from @prodigy.net.mx.
I would really appreciate the ability to block this domain altogether.
Also I get a lot from the USA but I live in England.
YES! Give us the ability to block wildcard emails coming from the same address! I dozens of "AOL" warnings about my account from @progidy.net.mx a week!
Fix Spam to allow us to enter a portion of a email address to block spam. Example "********@". I get many each day and can't spend the day entering every complete address to stop each one.
I receive HUNDREDS of these on a regular basis! Have typed each one in SPAM report......more keep coming in!!!