Yesterday I used my pc browser to access the mail>settings>rules and added the following rule;
Called it Spam 2021 and ticked Active
If From ends with > twitter.com
and I added > onmicrosoft.com
(both being the tail end of, currently, the main offenders)
And in 'Set Rule action' Then move to folder > Spam
Oh! And don't forget click SAVE 😉
Today, so far, NO spam...... Watch this space....
No spam but it does not show it is your rule that is doing that unless there is spam in your spam folder which has been put there by the rule.
Following up on my last, since adding the mail rules last Thursday, from 3 to 5 spam a day now zero spam. True, if my rules have worked they should have been redirected to Spam folder but there's none there either.
Maybe BT's filters are working again, who knows, but so far so good 🙂
Yes, I'm getting those same mails. Mostly just of nuisance level, not phishing.
I keep reporting them patiently.
I also have a paid for Internet Security utility which is linked to MS Office Outlook. It blocks the sender, and adds to a list.
A slow process of elimination!
Edge seems to be reasonably good in sorting out security.
I also keep a watch on tracking cookies in MS Edge, one of which has been persistent recently.....
Unbelievable! Just when I thought it was sorted and post on here up pops another one this time from;
Has THIS forum been added to a spam list????