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# 141150 2-Mar-2014 22:11
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Is there any way to block email from a certain sender ? 

I made the mistake of browsing for supplier of a small drill chuck (Made in Japan) and even since
have been flooded with who-knows-what as its all in Japanese !  I can't identify any 'unsubscribe' link
and there's no responce if I reply to the address.

Thanks for any solutions...




Cheers - Kirk

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  # 997857 2-Mar-2014 22:24
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Have you tried running an email through google translate or similar, might bring up an unsubscribe link if it is a genuine mailing list you subscribed to.

Failing that can your mail client software auto-trash them?




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  # 997880 2-Mar-2014 23:10
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FireEngine: Have you tried running an email through google translate or similar, might bring up an unsubscribe link if it is a genuine mailing list you subscribed to.


I'll have a go...   thanks

Failing that can your mail client software auto-trash them?


It's Thunderbird..  they have a User Forum ... worth an ask.

Be a useful feature for Orcon to initiate maybe.....

 
 
 
 


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  # 997881 2-Mar-2014 23:13
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ADKM: It's Thunderbird..  they have a User Forum ... worth an ask. 


Pretty sure TBird has filters you can use for that.




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  # 997902 3-Mar-2014 01:33
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Thanks FireEngine... a quick Google and it was setup in seconds.

Looks like quite sophisticated filter options...  never knew they were there!

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