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Annoying mails, this how to stop to get mails from a domain.

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Block a Domain in Gmail

You may already be blocking certain senders emails from flooding your inbox. Sometimes, however, multiple emails will arrive from the same sender, but with different addresses. Gmail allows you to block the entire domain. Here’s how.

You can use a filter to automatically delete messages from blocked email addresses in Gmail. They are now moved to the Trash folder and not in your inbox. You can also treat entire domains like “@example.com”. This can be done in two ways. The first is slightly quicker, while the second allows you to block multiple domains simultaneously.

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By Creating an email filter to create a filter

  1. Head to Gmail. Sign in and choose an email from the domain that you wish to block. Click the three dots at the top of the message to select “Filter messages like this.”
  2. The Create Filter window will open. Move to the email address that auto-populates and delete everything left after the @ symbol. Select “Create Filter”.
  3. Mark the box to Delete it on the next screen. You can also choose to apply this filter to all conversations that match. This will show you a list of emails from the sender.
  4. Then, click “Create Filter.”

In the future, all emails coming from this domain will be deleted and not delivered to your inbox.

 

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By creating an Filter from the Settings.

  1. You can also create a filter using your Gmail settings in order to delete email from a domain. Select “See All Settings” by clicking the gear icon at the top right.
  2. Click on the Filters and Blocked addresses tab, then click “Create a New Filter.”
  3. The Create Filter box will appear. Enter the @ symbol followed with the domain in the From field. For example, “@domain.com”.
  4. This method allows you to enter multiple domains. Separate them by using “OR”, such as “@domain1.com or @domain2.com”.
  5. Next, click on “Create Filter.”
  6. You can mark the option to Delete it, or apply the filter for matching conversations in your Inbox. Finally, click “Create Filter.”

As with the previous method, all new email from this domain will be deleted as soon as they arrive.

You don’t have to delete emails from a domain in order to “block” it. It does allow you to delete those messages before they reach your Gmail inbox.

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