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We're doing automated testing of a website and I'm getting tons of freaking e-mails from the website. I tried adding them to blocked list but they just go to the junk e-mail folder. How can I bock them? I'm using Outlook 2007 with Exchange Server.

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Sounds like you need to block them at the server level. Reject all emails from the following domain i imagine? – francisswest Jun 19 '12 at 20:08
I think part of the problem is the sender is on the same domain as my e-mail is. – Celeritas Jun 19 '12 at 20:10
Ah. Unless im mistaken, Exchange/outlook specifically say that blocking that is NOT allowed... – francisswest Jun 19 '12 at 20:11
If there is any sort of repeatable pattern (sender name, subject, content, ect.) you can block them by creating a rule in Outlook (Tools -> Rules and Alerts) and applying it to your inbox. – jmreicha Jun 19 '12 at 20:49
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I think the server took some time before it started blocking them. At any rate they've stopped now.

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