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Manage Antispam in Office 365

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Hi! Welcome to the Braintek video tutorials. My name’s Greg, owner of Braintek. Today, I’m going to show you how to manage your antispam settings in Office 365. Let’s get started. Alright, as you can see, I’m already logged into my Office 365 account. Go ahead and do so on yours. Go to http://portal.office.com. Login with your email address and password. Once there, if you’re not already in email, you can click on the little icon in the corner and go to Mail. Here, we’re going to click on the gear in the upper right corner and in the settings, we’re going to look for Mail. That’ll give us the mail options. You can clear that menu out. Over here, on the left hand side, we can look for Block or allow under Accounts. From this option, we can either add people to our safe list or block people in our block list. When we’re adding or blocking, you can block a simple email address or you can block an entire domain. We’ll go ahead and click on + and here, you can block everybody “@somedomain.com” or you can block “[email protected]” There they are added. You can of course delete that. You can edit an existing one. You can also trust people that are currently in your contact list so that’s actually very helpful so they don’t get automatically blocked. You can add people here. You can don’t trust people unless it comes from my safe list. Now, if you do that, only people trusted in your safe list will be able to email you and then everybody else will get blocked. I don’t like that option because if I am expecting mail from – or let’s say I am not expecting mail from somebody and they’re not on your safe list, they’ll have to call you up and say “Hey, can you add me to your safe list” and whatnot so I typically don’t enable that option. When you’re completed, click on Save so you can save the changes to your antispam settings and you can go back to using your email. I’d like to thank you for watching the Braintek video tutorials. Become a subscriber today and have a good day. Thank you.
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