01. September 2020 · Write a comment · Categories: Uncategorized

Windows Live Mail and, I suppose, other mail programs, offer 'Message Rules' that a user can massage to reduce the clutter of Inbox junk.  In Windows Live Mail, there are various fields that can search for terms and either delete or categorize incoming messages as they are received.

In setting up a rule to funnel messages from mail domains that have become notorious for spamming, it's easy to tell the WLM client to "Delete all messages with .biz in the Sender field."  Works a treat with .biz, .info, .us, but I can't make it work with .co because that also causes all mail from .com domains to be deleted as well.

Is there a way to further specify or isolate a .co domain so that WLM does not also act on .com addresses?  Thanks!

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