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I have a list of email addresses I would like block in Outlook 2000, by adding them to my junk senders list. Is there a tool or method by which I can simply take this list off addresses and import them into the junk senders list?
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@asalisbury:

> I have a list of email addresses I would like block in Outlook 2000, by adding
> them to my junk senders list. Is there a tool or method by which I can simply
> take this list off addresses and import them into the junk senders list?

The file is called "Junk Senders.txt", and it should be found in this directory:
     C:\Documents and Settings\USERNAME\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook

(Where USERNAME is your login name)

     1) Close Outlook.
     2) Open that file.
     3) Copy and paste the e-mail addresses you want to add
     4) Save the file.
     5) Re-Open Outlook

Easy.

Hope That Helps,
Dex*
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No I cannot find application Data directory? I have also searched file but its not there!

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