I am now getting emails from onmicrosoft.com. This is a feature of business 365. This allows the admin to change the sub-domain name at will. So one day it could be me.onmicrosoft.com, the next it could be you.onmicrosoft.com. Is there a possibility for your engineers to allow a windcrard character '*' so all emails in the block sender list with *.onmicrosoft.com will be blocked. I wrote to the abuse email to MS but they told me the names change so often they cannot remove the abuser.
VALERIA KUCHMENT commented
I get hundreds of spams. How to stop it?
Bert & Lori Schoose commented
I voted for this request. In the interim, perhaps the following would work for you since it seems to be working for me.
I created a filter. In my filter, I selected the "From" section and the "contains" choice on the drop down. I then included @onmicrosoft in the next field. Finally, I selected Trash as the folder to move the items to.
These settings seem to have stopped the bombardment of spam from the @onmicrosoft domain. I found that this mail does not seem to be actually going to my trash folder. I don't know where it is going to but I'm just happy that it is not going to my inbox, any of my folders or to the spam folder anymore.
Hopefully, this will work for you until AOL adds the wild card setting! Good luck.
charles shanko commented
I doubt AOL cares a bit to be honest. I don't have any spam issues with any of my other work or personal email accounts. Its why I changed my most important contacts from AOL to another account.
Marlene Hodgdon commented
I think that would work.
THOMAS LIPSCOMB commented
This is a great idea, Michael! I hope AOL can do this. I receive countless emails from toattinowt.com, ranging from selling useless stuff to ****. I have tried using the block sender feature, but as you say, the sender just changes sub-domain name. A windcard character would solve this issue.