Step-by- Step Instructions with Screenshots Log into your Gmail account. Pull up an email from the offending sender. ... Hit the down arrow to the far right of the sender's name. Click Block ( Sender Name) from the list that drops down. Press Block to confirm. Click the gear Settings icon on the top right of your inbox.
To have Outlook file a particular sender's messages automatically: Open an email from the sender whose messages you want to filter. Go to the Home tab in the ribbon. Select Rules. | Always Move Messages From: [ Sender] under Move. Highlight the desired target folder. Click OK.
Use Outlook rule templates Click the File tab. Click Manage Rules & Alerts. In the Rules and Alerts dialog box, on the E-mail Rules tab, click New Rule. Under Step 1: Select a template, select the template that you want from the Stay Organized or Stay Up to Date collection of templates.
Always show an email in your inbox Open an email in your inbox. In the top right, select Move to . Choose the Remove from option. Select Always do this in the black bar at the bottom. Check to make sure your email is directly in your inbox and not in a label.
If you want incoming messages for that address to go directly into a designated folder, select the options " Apply the label" and " Skip the Inbox." You must apply both filters, or else the mail will go to the new folder and your regular inbox. 7. Hit " Create filter" to save your changes.
Use a particular message to create a filter Open Gmail. Check the checkbox next to the email you want. Click More . Click Filter messages like these. Enter your filter criteria. Click Create filter.
Label emails automatically On your computer, open Inbox. On the left, next to the label you want, click Settings . Under " Automatically add messages," click Add. In the " From" field, click the Down arrow . Choose an option. Enter a name, email address, or keyword.