Drag n' Drop Junk Mail to add Blocked Senders?

Posted on 2007-07-20
Last Modified: 2010-04-30

I get about 200 junk emails a day.  I keep adding them to my blocked senders list (individually), but I can't seem to keep up.

What I would like is to have it so I can just CTRL CLICK each junk mail on the list and drag them all at once to my junk mail folder and automatically have those names added to my blocked list.  Having to right click 200 messages a day and add them individually takes waaaay too long.

If M$ is worth a d***, they allow this functionality as it is only common sense a user would want this.  That being said, I assume I can't do it, since common sense is apparently against corporate policy at M$.

Any ideas?
Question by:MitchellVII
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    You can highlight all of them by holding down CTRL and once finished with all in the box -- right-click and choose "move to folder". Folder, being your Junk Mail folder of course.
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    Disregard my previous post. Trying to do too many things at one time and didn't catch "Block Senders". Sorry.

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    So why did you give this solution as accepted??

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