Gmail: How to block an email address?

You can do Block a sullen email address in Gmail. It’s not nice to see a string of useless messages invading your inbox, the worst part is that some of the important emails are smothered in mass, with the risk of escaping from us. Most messaging services are organized to separate primary messages from promotional or social media messages. Spam messages are filtered and automatically quarantined in the famous spam box.

How do I block an address in Gmail?

Sometimes messages can be unsolicited but come from a regular address. In this case, you will receive these messages in your inbox. The only way to prevent this is to block the corresponding email address. On the other hand, if you no longer want to receive advertising messages in the promotion section, the easiest way would definitely be to unsubscribe. It’s just that many sites have a vicious tact to skip the unsubscribe link. Or if there is it is just for decorative purposes.

Blocking an address in Gmail is very simple. On the smartphone as on the PC:

  • Open an email from the spammer you want to block.
  • Tap/click the three rightmost vertical dots in the sender’s name line.
  • Tap/click “Block” [nom du contact] In the context menu that opens.

How to unblock an address?

  • Click the cog wheel to the right of the Gmail interface, and then Settings.
  • on the tab Filters and blocked addressesselect the addresses you want to restore, and then Unblock selected addresses.

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