If someone is trying to irritate you by sending unlimited mails on your Hotmail account, you can stop this feat by blocking the sender directly from your Hotmail account. Though, Hotmail users now completely migrated to Outlook.com with same login details.
This blocking feature also helps to stop bulk mails send as news letters or promotional mails from marketing agencies. To activate this feature there is a simple process given below that should be followed after login into Hotmail account.
Hotmail Account Login
Login into your Hotmail account using the registered name and password you entered. If you Forgot Hotmail Password, then recover it by entering your user name that will be sent on your mail id or registered mobile number.
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Open Setting Menu
Open mail settings from gear icon given on the right side of your window screen. This setting section will allow you to make other changes in your Hotmail account. Click more mail setting option to enter into section that will allow you to block someone.
Enter into Blocked Senders
Click on “Safe and blocked sender” that’s appear on second Coolum under the heading of “preventing junk mail”. Open this option that will list you three more options and select the third one called “blocked senders” to proceed further.
Select and Block Sender
Now you can add the email id you want to block, just type the complete email address that sends you mail regularly filling your inbox. When you add this id under block lit, it will automatically delete mails send from this particular id. Either you can take Hotmail technical support to select and block a sender carefully without affecting others.
Report Spam to Move in Junk
Blocking such sender would be not enough, as such dispatchers choose other mail id or domains to send you mail again. So, you can report such mails as a spam to move them into junk folder otherwise take help by Hotmail Support experts to control such mails and keep you inbox free from these junk messages that also consumes mail space.