Most of my e-mail is served by CenturyLink.

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I now have to identify my unwanted (SPAM) e-mails by entering it as spam on Century link. Once identified as spam and sent to the folder, Why is there not a program that will block any future receipts from this sender? This appears to me an easy endeavor for those providers of internet security.
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Robert Thomas

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Hi Robert Thomas,

Welcome to the Trend Micro Home Users Community!

Regarding your concern about spam emails, the Trend Micro program has this feature called the Antispam Toolbar. This could help regarding your concern of tagging a sender as spam. However, you have mentioned "receipts" I think it would not be advisable to tag them as spam as for me these documents are important.

If you still want to tag them as spam, you may follow the procedures on Using the Antispam Toolbar of your Trend Micro Security.

Just a reminder, the antispam toolbar has supported email clients and supported email protocols. You may check them on the link above. Also, the antispam tool bar does not work on webmail. Webmail (or web-based email) is any email client implemented as a web application that can be open using web browsers like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, or Internet Explorer.

I hope this helps with your concern. Please contact us for further assistance and have a great week!

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