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How to set in Outlook 2010 anything coming from unwanted domains as Junk email (block them)

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For some strange reason, we have been receiving extremely lots lots and lots of junk mail of all sorts to an email that we uses for business.  This has never happened for this email never.  Nevertheless, we need to somehow fix this without deleting and creating a  new email.

For what we understand, we can block all emails that comes from a specific domain, but we haven't been able to do this.

How can we block a domain from receiving emails or at least get it transfer to junk in Outlook 2010?

If there is another way, please advice.

Thank you EE in advance
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If you would like to block it on the Outlook level, right-click one of the emails>junk>block sender.
You can also right-click the email and go in to junk mail option and add the email address or the domain in there as well.
This is all client level but you probably have a bigger problem.

If you are running exchange check to see if you have an open relay.
Is your antispam solution or appliance up to date?
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Thanx!!
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