How to Block Emails in Gmail
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Luckily, Gmail makes it easy to block emails from addresses you’re not interested in.

How to Block Emails in Gmail

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  1. Navigate to google.com/gmail and enter your Google Account credentials.
  2. Find an email from the person, business, or random address that you want to block.
  3. Open the email.
  4. Click on the down arrow on the same line as the sender’s name/address.
  5. Select Block “[Sender’s name/address]”.

How to Unblock Emails in Gmail

If you accidentally block the wrong person’s, don’t worry, the situation is easy to rectify:

  1. Open Gmail.
  2. Click on the gear icon in the upper right-hand corner.
  3. Select Settings.
  4. Click on the Filters and Blocked Addresses tab at the top of the page.
  5. Scroll down to The following email addresses are blocked. Messages from these addresses will appear in Spam.
  6. Highlight the address you want to unblock.
  7. Click on Unblock Selected Addresses.

Do you spend time blocking emails from overly persistent service providers, or are you happy to let your email inbox start overflowing with junk?

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  1. dragonmouth
    December 20, 2017 at 1:39 pm

    You can also set up a filter based on Title or Sender that will automatically redirect the email to Trash.