WLM Blocked Transmitter Tool: Managing the list of blocked senders in Windows Live Mail



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We are pleased to publish WLM Blocked Sender Tool. This free tool helps you manage the list of email addresses of blocked senders in Windows Live Mail.

Add, delete email address – Blocked senders list



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Windows Live Hotmail provides a function to block certain spam and add it to the blocked senders list. If a message is received from an email address in the blocked sender list, it is automatically moved to the spam folder.

Although you can manually add an address at any time in Hotmail or Windows Live Mail, you can do it quickly with the WLM Blocked Sender Tool.

Simply enter the email address in the text box and click Add. To delete an address, highlight the address and click Delete.

Export, import locked sender list

You can export and save this list. With this tool, you can also export all blocked email credentials with a single click. Simply click Export List and the entire list is saved in the program folder in text format.

If you want to share this spam list with your friends, you can import this list directly into your Windows Live mail using the Import List button. This would help users exchange the list, which offers users another way to combat spam.

WLM Blocked Sender Tool v1 was developed by TWC team member Lee Whittington for the windowsbulletin.com. It has been tested under Windows 7, 32 bits and 64 bits with Windows Live Mail 2011.

If you want to give your opinion or if you need help, please visit the windowsbulletin.com Forum.



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