Have you ever experienced a plenty of undesired messages popped up when you turn on your Gmail account? Although you are not willing to take a look at this message, yet you open it and repent later, especially when you are on the important deal. Yeah! You certainly experienced this sort of issue. It may be more of a nuisance as while it occupies a lot of space in your account. So, keeping concern about it Google brought out one of its best features including blocking sender in Gmail.
However this tool you can’t stop emails from specific address or domain, but you can set up “filters” to dispatch those messages directly to the “Trash”, which could never be seen.
Here, Gmail Support Australia provides you a complete solution by which you can readily perform this task. Go ahead and follow these steps discussed below:
Using Gmail Extension
- If you are the user of Google Chrome, go to the Gmail extension from Google Chrome web store, and click on “Added the Block Sender.
- Open messages you want to block in Gmail. You can see a new “Block Button” press the button, it will create Gmail filter, blocking the sender.
- You will get a confirmation message, allowing you to “Undo the Block”. Doing this you will allow future messages to skip your inbox and go to the “Trash” automatically.
Manually Setup Filter
- Sign in your Gmail account and determine which sender you no longer want to receive the message from.
- On the right-hand side of the search bar on the top of the screen, you can see the triangle, click on It. The window will be shown, and make sure “All Mail” is selected in the search drop-down at the top left to the window.
- After that enter the sender, you intended to block. Now in the form space, type in the email address of the sender you wish to filter.
- Make sure the search work properly, click on the blue search button lying on the left side of the window.
- Return to the search window by re-clicking the down arrow.
- Click on “Create Filter with this search” hyperlink at the bottom right of the search window.
- Now you can see a window containing a number of possible actions to be applied to your search criteria.
- Clicking checkbox to the right, Select “delete” all message from this sender will automatically be sent to the Trash.
Our experts tried to make it very simple and comprehensible. But there might be some error while accomplishing this task. In this case, it is always better to get in touch with experts. So feel free to contact our experts via toll-free Gmail Helpline Number Australia +(61)283173468.
They will not only assist you in this case but also provide a well-described solution in some other similar cases.
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