I am getting a lot of spam where the sender’s domain contains the text “.onmicrosoft.com” - for example “[email protected]”. The sender’s domain is different every time, except for the last bit - “.onmicrosoft.com”.
How do I create a rule that will put those emails straight into the Junk folder?
I have tried a lot of ways, but without success, so far …
Version 9.2.1735, Windows & gmail. I cannot find a “found in header” rules option.
Only words found in subject or words found in body or subject.
Where is the words found in header?
Select APPLY CUSTOM RULE ON MESSAGES I RECEIVE
Select WITH WORDS FOUND IN HEADER
Refer to my post above for the rest…
After closely following your steps. My “Select conditions for the rule” choices are:
with words found in subject
sent to people
with words found in body or subject
I get the same behavior on EM on my home PC.
Are you using Local Rules?
That was it. Didn’t even think to click that down arrow and select local.
An alternate solution that I found that works for me was to add the item (.onmicrosoft.com) to the “Blacklist” addresses list using “Ends with”, as shown here: